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SEASIDE & COUNTRY HOUSES

SEASIDE & COUNTRY HOUSES

FOR SALE BANGOR SUPERIOR DETACHED VILLA <~’ONTAINING Lounge, Dining-room, 5 good Bedrooms, three with H.&C., Bathroom, 2 Lavatories. Motor House, Garden well stocked with vegetables, etc* Very select locality. Can be seen by appointment. Apply M 664 News-Letter. , 3 a dls i? hol
28 June 1940 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
STANLEY WOOTTON JOINS UP

STANLEY WOOTTON JOINS UP

Mr. Stanley Wootton, the Epsom trainer, who was 43 Wednesday, has rejoined the Army, and will take up a commission in the King’s Royal Rifles. Mr. Wootton was awarded the Military Cross in the last war when he served with the Royal Fusiliers. IRISH OAKS CANDIDATE AT WORK Queen o
28 June 1940 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CRUSADER STAKES—433 Yards

CRUSADER STAKES—433 Yards

1 HYLTON BLACKOUT (2), W. Hi 11... 7-4 2 PULTENEY BRIDGE (4). Messrs. Martin and Fletcher 6-4 Also —Jubilee Jean (5). third; Bob’s Elf (6). Cionmore Bridge til. 11.: 51. 25480 secs. Betting—e-4 nest Pulteney Bridge. 7-4 Hylton Blackout. 3-1 Tubllee Jean, 7-1 Cionmore Bridge. 10-
28 June 1940 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FLAX AND JUTE TEXTILES

FLAX AND JUTE TEXTILES

Serious Position of Linen Trade DUNDEE, Thursday.—The position of the linen trade remained serious and spinners and manufacturers were faced with the necessity of curtailing production pending some change in the situation. Yarns were to be used for the manufacture of essential r
28 June 1940 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE MONEY MARKET

THE MONEY MARKET

Conditions Become Easier There was again a fairly keen demand for money in the early hours in Lombard Street, but the session progressed conditions became easier and borrowers were able to secure overnight accommodation at 1 per cent., after having paid up to per cent. Loans int
28 June 1940 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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FANTASTIC STORY

FANTASTIC STORY

Boy’s Spy Allegation Withdrawn Allegations that the agent employed by a firm of contractors on Government work in Wiltshire was a German spy and was holding up the work (made last week at Corsham (Wiltshire) Police Court during the hearing of summonses against a workman, Sidney
28 June 1940 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
AIR RAIDS IN BRITAIN

AIR RAIDS IN BRITAIN

An Air Ministry communique issued early this morning stated: —Enemy aircraft crossed the coast during the night. Anti-aircraft defences went Into action. Enemy raiders passed over North- East England. Distant thuds, believed due to bombs, were heard. The raiders flew at great he
28 June 1940 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PRICE OF WARE POTATOES

PRICE OF WARE POTATOES

The Ministry of Food announces that after July 31 transactions in and deliveries of ware potatoes will be subject to further price control and revised terms of sale to be announced shortly.
22 June 1940 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FROM DONAGHADEE TO PORTAFERRY

FROM DONAGHADEE TO PORTAFERRY

I BROOKMOUNT I GUEST HOUSE I DONAGHADEE I (Open all the year round) Delightfully Situated, beside Golf ! I and Tennis . | Unrivalled for Cuisine and Comfort Terms Moderate i MISS H. GOOD Tel. Donaghadee 11 At Donaghadee and on the Ards Peninsula every modem holiday attraction ca
22 June 1940 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SPECIALIST IN GOOD TEA

SPECIALIST IN GOOD TEA

• My BACON and CHEESE cannot be excelled •
22 June 1940 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland