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LADIES’ HAIRDRESSING ESTABLISHMENT. OFFERS ARE INVITED FOR THE GOODWILL, FIXTURES, and FITTINGS of a WELL-ESTABLISHED BUSINESS IN LURGAN. There is attached an extensive clientele, together with suitable living accommodation. Exceptional opportunity for experienced person. Period
29 June 1940 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
RUBBER STAMPS

RUBBER STAMPS

RLBBER Stamps supplied by return post. Price Lists free.—Prestridee's. Small Street, Bristol, 1. Est, 1870. M 683 TO-DAY’S LIMERICK NAP Prophet’s Thumb Should Win June Plate
29 June 1940 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FUTURITY STAKES—S2S Yards

FUTURITY STAKES—S2S Yards

1 BRILLIANT BEGINNER (4). A. Henry 10-1 2 MAG’S CUTLET (6). T. M’Clean 5-1 Also—Kept Promise (5). third; Woodland Rambler (1), Tasty Joints (8). Single Step (2). 11. r 41. 30.81 secs. Betting—6-4 Single Step, 4-1 Kept Promise and Tasty Joints. 5-1 Mag’s Cutlet. 10-1 Woodland Ram
29 June 1940 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MUSSOLINI VISITS FRONTIER

MUSSOLINI VISITS FRONTIER

Inspection of Alpine Troops Mussolini arrived at the Little St. Bernard Pass yesterday morning to inspect Alpine troops, according to Rome radio. He was accompanied by Marshal Badoglio, Chief of Staff: General Soddu, the Minister of War, and a number of other officials, includin
29 June 1940 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DIVIDENDS AND REPORTS

DIVIDENDS AND REPORTS

Buklt Mertajam Rubber—Dividend of 12 p.c. (against 4 p.c.). Lake View and Star—Third interim 2i p.c. Lansll—Final 3 p.c.. making 6 p.c. (against 5 p.c.). Hotel York—Payment of preference dividend due June 30. 1940, deferred. Associated Paper Mills—lnterim of 4 p.c. (same). Unite
29 June 1940 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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COMBER BOY DROWNED

COMBER BOY DROWNED

Slipped from Stream Into Mill A verdict of death from asphyxia due to drowning was returned at an inquest in (Somber yesterday on William Samuel Robinson, aged five, only son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Robinson, Castle Street, Comber, who was drowned in a dam adjoining the local sp
29 June 1940 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ASMS TO-NIGHT TO-MORROW NIGHT 4t BLACK-OUTIO-34 p.m.—4-20 a.m. 10-33 p..m—4-20 a.m.

ASMS TO-NIGHT TO-MORROW NIGHT 4t BLACK-OUTIO-34 p.m.—4-20 a.m. 10-33 p..m—4-20 a.m.

ASMS TO-NIGHT TO-MORROW NIGHT BLACK-OUT IO-34 p.m.—4-20 a.m. 10-33 p..m— 4-20 a.m. London Letter 85, FLEET STREET, LONDON. E C ; Friday Ni'jln. The War Situation There may be a debate on the v.vcsituation in the House of Commo: - next week, but a decision in this matk'p will prob
29 June 1940 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CANADIAN DESTROYER

CANADIAN DESTROYER

Collision in Gironde Estuary OTTAWA, fridav.—The Canadian destroyer Fraser has been loet in a collision In face the enemy in the Gironde estuary, off Bordeaux. Fortyfive men are dead or niiselnß and have been saved. The loss of the vessel was announced to-day in the House of Com
29 June 1940 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST PIGS DEAL

BELFAST PIGS DEAL

Decree for £2B Granted to Portaferry Farmer At Belfast Recorder’s Court yesterday, Hugh Hastings, farmer, ot Kearney, Portaferry, was the plaintiff, and Michael Kelly, Woodland Dairy, Springfield Road, Belfast, the defendant, action to recover £2B, the price of 20 young pigs sol
29 June 1940 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ANIMALS IN AIR RAIDS

ANIMALS IN AIR RAIDS

ANIMALS AIR RAIDS Animals will suffer considerably air raids, and all persons engaged their relief should have an adequate supply of first aid dressings. In this connection the Ulster Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals are appealing for bandages and dressings to aug
29 June 1940 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland