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BELFAST NEWS-LETTER, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19, 1940

BELFAST NEWS-LETTER, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19, 1940

BELFAST NEWS-LETTER, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19, BIG BAG OF ITALIAN PRISONERS R.A.F. HITS HARD IN LIBYA MALTA’S FIGHTING SPIRIT CAIRO, Tuesday.—lt is to-day revealed that one of the Italian senior officers taken prisoner yesterday in the British raid south-east of Solium was the General
19 June 1940 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ASSOCIATION FOOTBALL

ASSOCIATION FOOTBALL

I.F.A. OFFICIALS Division of Cup Semi-Final Receipts At the Council meeting of the Irish Football Association, held in Belfast last night, Mr. Austin Donnelly, vice-president, presiding, Captain Sir James Wilton was re-elected president for the 23rd successive year, on the motio
19 June 1940 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
58/o—l/6

58/o—l/6

Guinness IRON COAX Allied Iron 9/6 —0/6 Ami. Metal 14/0 Babcock ... 33/9—2/6 Baldwins ~ 3/6 —li Beardmore. 13/9 B.S A 15/0—75 Bolsover C. 40/o—2/0 Brown J... 19/3 —0/9 Cam. Laird 4/9 Claiice Chn 26/3 Coivilles Consett .... 4/9—o/6 Cory <fe Son 67/6—4/6; Doncaster.. 9/6 t Dmn Lon
19 June 1940 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PUBLIC NOTICES

PUBLIC NOTICES

ULSTER’S DAY OF PRAYER CONTINUATION MEETINGS WEDNESDAY. JUNE 19 MAY STREET CHURCH. 7-45 p.m.—Leader: J. Herbert Ireland, Esq. Address—Rev, Kyle M. Alexander, M.A. Luneh-Hour Services (Wednesday). 12-50-1-20—York Street Pres. Church. 1-0 —l-50—May Street Church. 1-0 —l-30—Megain
19 June 1940 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BANGOR BOROUGH

BANGOR BOROUGH

Provision of Air Raid Shelters
19 June 1940 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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ORANGEMEN’S PRAYERS

ORANGEMEN’S PRAYERS

At meeting of the Imperial Grand Lodge of the Loyal Orange Institution in Ballymoney a resolution pledging loyalty and devotion to the Throne and to H.M. the King was unanimously adopted. The resolution also prayed that God might guard, guide and direct His Majesty and all his M
19 June 1940 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TROOPS FIT BUT TIRED

TROOPS FIT BUT TIRED

NEARLY all of the B.E.F. from north-western France have now arrived in England, having been evacuated in as miscellaneous a fleet of vessels .as that which brought our men from Dunkirk. They landed at a West Country and a south coast port. All told fierce German dive bombing tac
19 June 1940 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
A Warm Retort

A Warm Retort

Mr. B. Wamock, K.C., alleged that the Government was composed of tired men, and said that had begged the Premier to Introduce new blood. Lord Cralgavon retorted that when he invited Mr. Warnock to join the Government he thought that he was infusing new blood Into it, but at the
19 June 1940 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TRACED TO BELFAST

TRACED TO BELFAST

When Samuel Paterson, L.O.L. No. 50, Partick, Glasgow, a young soldier who was in Flanders with the British Expeditionary Force returned from Dunkirk to his Glasgow home on forty-eight hours’ leave he brought with him an Orange sash which he retrieved in the great retreat. For f
19 June 1940 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
A FORMAL SITTING

A FORMAL SITTING

FORMAL SITTING To-day’s sitting of the Ulster House of Commons will be purely formal.
19 June 1940 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland