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Water Shortage

Water Shortage

Some :etail shops, large stores, and office buildings were destroyed by lire or damaged high-explosive bombs. With some gas. electricity, and water mains damaged by the rain of bombs, shortage of water handicapped the firemen. and in some cases it was necessary to use dynamite t
16 November 1940 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BIRTHS

BIRTHS

2. 1040. at 47. .’olfost. to Hettie (nee ■ of William H. Evans. daughter. o!' 20. Johnstone kI Mrs. 11. G. Lament. U, Belfast —a son. ARRI AGES ■lcr.ry October 24. 1940, at j - Presbyterian Church, by r.pson. BA., assisted by nnody. M.A. James • of Mrs. Morrison and B. Montson,
05 November 1940 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FOftEIGK CURRENCIES

FOftEIGK CURRENCIES

CURRENCIES Dank Enpkiml vTcia’ rat#'? - Linden w York • *ablf'. l.d2L 4 034; York Chorine. . •10.t,-; Mnniroal Cable -1 13. 1.17; francs. 17l>". j: Pottueal. j n e2o ; Panama. 1.02. l.ni; Btorkholm. 16.8 a. 9.'i; 17.30 17.10; Pm^n-v* \i:< J6.no. PI; pesos. 00. s >2: N't her vl."
05 November 1940 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
“SECRETS” TRIM

“SECRETS” TRIM

Woman in Witness-box for Thro Days Miss Anna Wolkoff. daughter of Admiral Wo’keft. «' Naval Attache in London days, concluded her cvi-!cncc Old Bailey, lyonden. having been the witness ' period extending over three pleads not guilty to commitl 1 . - contrary to the Official Seer
05 November 1940 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
REPORTS

REPORTS

what described as the extraordinary conduct” of Sarah Browne, the defendant, who, he said, had apparently been a friend of the Orr family for more than 20 years. Mrs. Browne had two sons, who resided in America. She had so inveigled herself into the confidence of the simple, chi
05 November 1940 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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THE ROAMER

THE ROAMER

Twenty-five Years Ago Belfast News-Le‘.ter, Nov . 19:5) Speaking in the House of Commons, after the Prime Minister had made a speech the war situation. Sir Edward Carson said Spasmodic meetings of Cabinets and discursive debates are absolutely fruitless in carrying on a war. Wha
05 November 1940 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NEW SETBACKS FOR ITALIANS

NEW SETBACKS FOR ITALIANS

R.A.F. STRIKE NAPLES AGAIN 2,600 MILES IN VERY BAD WEATHER HEAVY A.A. GUNFIRE Machines of the r.a.f. Bomber Command, flying in all 2,600 miles through extremely bad weather, bombed Naples again on Sunday night, but this time met with warm reception. The city, whose defences hard
05 November 1940 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TANGIER MOVE

TANGIER MOVE

SPANISH COLONEL A DICTATOR BRITAIN WATCHING COLONEL YUSTE, Commandei of the Spanish Troops ol Occupation in Tangier, has issued an Order announcing that he is taking full charge of the international zone. The Order states; I command from the time of the publication of this notic
05 November 1940 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
express train derailed

express train derailed

and 59 Injured Crowded Train The death-roll —the biggest in a railway crash for three years—includes the names of eight sailors, who apparently were returning from leave, and two women. The train was packed with passengers, including Service men travelling to the West, and many
05 November 1940 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LEGISLATIO

LEGISLATIO

RECORDER’S PLEA Jurisdiction in Workmen’s Compensation Claims BELFAST MEN'S ACTION His Honour Judge Thompson, in the Belfast Recorder's Court, yesterday, made a suggestion of importance concerning the operation of workmen compensation legislation in the different jurisdictions o
05 November 1940 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland