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INO INDUSTRIAL

INO INDUSTRIAL

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15 October 1940 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
AXIS POWERS IN FULL CONTROL

AXIS POWERS IN FULL CONTROL

Naval and Seaplane Base on Black Sea german troops flowing in nIPLOMATIC relations between Britain and Rumania may be broken off very soon. Rumania is now completely under the domination of the Axis Powers. Hitler and Mussolini are losing no time. The Germans intend tc build a n
15 October 1940 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SANG SONGS

SANG SONGS

Twenty-two crippled children, inmates of a South-East England home, sang songs for nearly half-an-hour, though huge blocks concrete and brickwork had fal'. n beside their beds, and water poured from broken pipes above. Seven children were slightly injured. A bomo crashed on to t
30 October 1940 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE BACK STABBER

THE BACK STABBER

First Lord and Mussolini When Mr. A. V. Alexander, First Lord of the Admiralty, spoke at a luncheon of the English-speaking Union in London yesterday, he said:— I can assure our friends in Greece and in America that, so far as possible within our power, every help which the Roya
30 October 1940 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SOCIALIST MOTION

SOCIALIST MOTION

Defeated Without a Division The motion, which was proposed Mr. Beattie (Soc., Pottinger) and seconded by Mr. Campbell. K.C. (Nat., Belfast Central) was defeated without a division. The motion was as follows: " That this House calls upon the Prime Minister and the Government to c
30 October 1940 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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CRUSADE AGAINST EVIL

CRUSADE AGAINST EVIL

Accordingly, it is not wrong for us to count this war, however much it may a war of self-defence, as in some real degree a crusade against evi l . Tne freedom of the human spirit, the sacredness of the individual, truth, justice, and mercy, these foundation elements of a Christi
30 October 1940 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BORSTAL TREATMENT

BORSTAL TREATMENT

Record of Ulster Association's Good Work The fine public service being rendered by the Borstal Association of Northern Ireland finds expression in the twelfth annual report of its Committee, of which Mr. John Bristow is chairman. The Association came into being in 1928. and sinc
30 October 1940 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CITY PEOPLE DEFRAUDED

CITY PEOPLE DEFRAUDED

The man with the mandolin,” a gramophone record played by Mantovani’s Orchestra, formed part of the evidence brought before Mr. J. H- Campbell, K.C., R.M., in a case at Belfast Police Court yesterday, in which John Murphy, a soldier, was sentenced to a year’s imprisonment for st
30 October 1940 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TUNE FOR MAGISTRATE

TUNE FOR MAGISTRATE

Mr. Campbell at this stage ordered that the gramophone and a record be taken up to his room. Later, he left the Court and played the record. M'llvenny said he bought another record from Murphy, who was known Spud’* and came from Richhili, Co. Armagh. He had four transactions alt
30 October 1940 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
GREEK LINER AT LISBON

GREEK LINER AT LISBON

LISBON, Tuesday.—The Greek liner Nea Hellas (16.991 tons) arrived here yesterday, day ahead of schedule, and will remain here indefinitely. The crew have asked for repatriation, and Portuguese crew will be substituted,
30 October 1940 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland