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REVOCATION IN CODICIL.

REVOCATION IN CODICIL.

His Lordship said that under the will the daughters were each given the power of appointment over £2,000 in favour of their children, and by a codicil to this will the testator revoked all devises, bequests and benefits given by or contained in the said will to his daughters, an
29 June 1940 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ANOTHER SERIOUSLY INJURED.

ANOTHER SERIOUSLY INJURED.

One man was killed and another critically injured when telephone racks in the new Auto Telephone Exchange, Ridgway, Wimbledon, London, which were being erected, collapsed suddenly on Friday evening. The end of one of the racks suddenly gave way and pulled the rest over, pinning
29 June 1940 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
KIDNAPPED TAXIMAN

KIDNAPPED TAXIMAN

TELLS DRAMATIC STORY. The "Telegraph" learns that the police have made an arrest following the I.R.A. swoop on three Belfast banks yesterday morning. A woman, who was referred to as "Katie" by the men detaining a BelfaSt taxi-driver in a house while the raid was proceeding, was
29 June 1940 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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29 June 1940 - Portadown News - Portadown, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
INDIVIDUAL RESULTS

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS

R. Quinn beat W. Quinn: S. M'Kee beat T. Moles; J. Loftus beat J. Lappin: R. Matclv3tt beat W. Burke: D. Rowland beat R. Mercer; M. NlDonald beat P. Quinn; F. Donaldson beat T. Heaney: D. Rowland beat S. M'Kee: S. M'Kee beat F. Donald- son. The final of the Fulton Cup took place
29 June 1940 - Portadown News - Portadown, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
'IVIEG 11113141111E1b

'IVIEG 11113141111E1b

'IVIEG Only one of these hi needed to tell good Whiskey• experience prove that Common sense and "OLD BUSHMILLS" Whiskey stands alone for superb quality. mellowness and purity. The connoisseur's first choice is always "OLD BUSI-11111 lIL S" It offers complete satisfaction in every
29 June 1940 - Portadown News - Portadown, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
THE MURDERERS COME

THE MURDERERS COME

Following thi» came German raid* upon the Ulands, in which civilian* were machine-gunned in Jer»ey and Guernsey. At least six person* were killed and several more injured in Jersey. Twenty-three were killed and 36 injured in Guernsey. THE children were got away llrst, and it was
29 June 1940 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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Charles

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29 June 1940 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SPECIAL PLANS ' ACTION AGAINST REVISED “B” SERGEANT

SPECIAL PLANS ' ACTION AGAINST REVISED “B” SERGEANT

Evacuation May be Sequel to Night Compulsory Patrol Affray Circumstances may wen arise under which the compulsory evacuation of the bulK of the population of certain districts in Britain threatened with invasion will require to be directed as a matter of military necessity.” Thi
29 June 1940 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Come to DONAGHADEE this week-end

Come to DONAGHADEE this week-end

DONACHADEE
29 June 1940 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland