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RUMANIAN CLAIM

RUMANIAN CLAIM

Miles Into Bessarabia” Rumanian military circles claim that their southernmost columns, driving from Galatz, have penetrated 50 miles into Russian Bessarabia, according to Martin Agronsky, Ankara correspondent of the National Broadcasting Company. The Rumanians admit, however, t
24 June 1941 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MIDSHIPMAN KILLED

MIDSHIPMAN KILLED

Midshipman Peter T. Dreycr, R.N., who has been killed in action, was the only son of Lieut.-Col. G. V. Dreycr. Royal Artillery, and a grandson of the late Dr. J. L. E. Dreyer, Director of Armagh Observatory.
24 June 1941 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
“BLITZ”

“BLITZ”

Sir—May I ask Purist how many new words we would require to fill our vocabulary If all words of German origin were deleted.—Yours &c„ Philologist.
24 June 1941 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NEW YORK STOCKS (Reuter’s Telegrams)

NEW YORK STOCKS (Reuter’s Telegrams)

NEW YORK. Monday.—Stock prices held near best, but variations were very small. The market, however, was generally fractionally higher on reports of Initial successes Syria and owing to the Government’s Arm hand In the west coast strike. The turnover 440.000 shares comprised 695
10 June 1941 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PRICES

PRICES

The maximum retail price per glass iar for meat paste and fish pastes 8d for two and three-quarter ounces. 6jd two ounces, 5d one and a quarter ounces, and for three-quarters ol an ounce. For the same pastes In tins the maximum retail price is per threeounce tin, 2Jd for one and
10 June 1941 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST CITY COUNCIL STOP LD.V.’S WAGES

BELFAST CITY COUNCIL STOP LD.V.’S WAGES

No Remuneration While Away From Work COMMUNA STRONG protests were voiced at Belfast City Council yesterday against the action of the Transport Committee in refusing to pay two members of the L.D.V.s their wages during the time they were off work while engaged in a shooting compe
04 March 1941 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SLAVE PRISON SHELTER

SLAVE PRISON SHELTER

Despite five hundred or six hundred air raids, no fires have been caused among the houses of Malta. The reason Is that the houses are built of large stone blocks instead of bricks, and as* roofs and floors are also stone there Is nothing Inflammable—except the furniture. Casualt
10 June 1941 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FREE FIREWOOD E\-HOME GROWN TIMBER. (Not cross-cut). Can Im* ha<l by Farmers and others providing their own haulage from JAMES

FREE FIREWOOD E\-HOME GROWN TIMBER. (Not cross-cut). Can Im* ha<l by Farmers and others providing their own haulage from JAMES

P. CORRY & CO. Ltd. DOCK SAW MILLS.
10 June 1941 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TIMBER TRADE. INTELLIGENT, WELL-EDUCATED BOY, about 16 years of age, required as JUNIOR CLERK, Apply by letter to P. CORRY

TIMBER TRADE. INTELLIGENT, WELL-EDUCATED BOY, about 16 years of age, required as JUNIOR CLERK, Apply by letter to P. CORRY

& COLTD.. Prince's Dock.
10 June 1941 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland