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thereof, 6d. died ON active service Kiil.'d active service. John K, aV-lovcd husband of -Thaw Funeral from his lrian l''i-nvs residence, 75. Donnysisterun-'a to . morrow (Tuesday), at brook cue Cem etery. Deeply re-2-30Pf-bv° his sorrowing Wife and wrettea besult of enemy action
14 April 1941 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
London Closing Prices In tha following list changes that oocurreo on tho London Stock Exchange yesterday are given. BRITISH FUNDS

London Closing Prices In tha following list changes that oocurreo on tho London Stock Exchange yesterday are given. BRITISH FUNDS

London Closing Prices following list changes that oocurreo tho London Stock Exchange yesterday are given. BRITISH FUNDS Bank Eng. 353 1 War ... 10« Consols 774 i Fund 4%... Conv 34%... 104 J » India 74J 3% ’53 lOlii 48 98} i Do 24%’49 99i HOME RAILS «u J?I2S + +4 Do PI. +4 10i-|
03 April 1941 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ATTACK ON SHIP

ATTACK ON SHIP

Crowds on the shore at an English east coast town watched three enemy aeroplanes make dive-bombing and machine-gun attack on vessel mile out to sea. The raiders were driven off, one with smoke pouring from it. It was announced officially yesterday that German raiders attacked a
03 April 1941 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TORPEDOED SHIP

TORPEDOED SHIP

Twenty of Crew of 45 Saved After Drifting for Four Days LISBON, Wednesday. Twelve British seamen of the Western Chief (5,759 ions) have arrived here. Their vessel was torpedoed 600 miles west of Ireland. After drifting for four days in ope of the ship’s boats they were picked by
03 April 1941 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NO NIGHT RAIDS

NO NIGHT RAIDS

NIGHT RAIDS London’s Thirteenth Bomb- Free Night No after dark air attacks had developed anywhere in Britain to a late hour last night, although the presence of enemy aeroplanes was reported in one South-West England coastal area. London up to the same time had had no “alert”—the
03 April 1941 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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TO LET-DETACHED RESIDENCE SITUATED IN ONE OF THE MOST BEAUTIFUL POSITIONS NEAR HELEN’S BAY, overlooking: Belfast Lough; containing 3 Reception,

TO LET-DETACHED RESIDENCE SITUATED IN ONE OF THE MOST BEAUTIFUL POSITIONS NEAR HELEN’S BAY, overlooking: Belfast Lough; containing 3 Reception,

6 Bedrooms, Good Culinary Apartments; Garage; Tennis Court, &c. THOMAS S. MARTIN & SON, 12, College Square East. A 52
03 April 1941 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS

NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS

All advertisements and advertisement copy submitted for publication are subject to the approval the management. who may refuse or revise any advertisement. The Proprietors and Publishers of the “Belfast Newa-Letter*’ take every care to ensure prompt insertion of advertisements,
07 April 1941 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SITUATIONS VACANT

SITUATIONS VACANT

OomMtic A— COOK-GENERAL (£45). House-ParlcuP Maid (£42) wanted, one lady. Malone; similar, Strandtown. £5O-£4s.—Maxwell. —HOTEL Cook, experienced Waitress, Boots and Pageboy wanted: interviews 2 to-day.—Maxwell. Telephone 23631. —PARLOUR-MAID, young, experienced, -‘-v wanted, Ma
07 April 1941 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PRESENT-DaV ' ' PORTRAIT m To look at Ker you would never suspect • how many duties she has undertaken

PRESENT-DaV ' ' PORTRAIT m To look at Ker you would never suspect • how many duties she has undertaken

x . . how many luxuries the last few months she has given up. Yet she remains serene and charming in spite of war-time anxieties, for she is still faithful to Elizabeth Arden preparations and comes regularly for invigorating Treat- ments. She considers it duty to keep fresh and
07 April 1941 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Phensic

Phensic

Pronounced TEX-ZIK*
07 April 1941 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland