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“PASS THE SALT”

“PASS THE SALT”

Germans Allow 30 Car-loads to go to U.S. Army A locomotive and 30 car-loads of salt ran through the German lines of the St. Nazaire pocket yesterday to the American Army In Nantes. The shipment was repayment by French civilians in the pocket for 600 tons of food sent into the po
06 January 1945 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NEW KELVIN Mary Beth Hughes, Eddie Quillan, Ted Flo Rito & His Orchestra, “Melody Parade.* Also “Mystery of the 13th

NEW KELVIN Mary Beth Hughes, Eddie Quillan, Ted Flo Rito & His Orchestra, “Melody Parade.* Also “Mystery of the 13th

Guest.** Dick Purcell, Helen Parrish.
18 January 1945 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LARGE MOTOR DISTRIBUTORS Require TWO JUNIOR STORES ASSISTANTS. AGE to 21, With or without experience. Good opening and prospects for

LARGE MOTOR DISTRIBUTORS Require TWO JUNIOR STORES ASSISTANTS. AGE to 21, With or without experience. Good opening and prospects for

suitable applicants. details X 146, News-Letter.
18 January 1945 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DUNGANNON UNION. TENDERS WANTED FOR THEATRE STERILIZING EQUIPMENT. Board Guardians of I- Union will at Meeting to hen. THURSDAY. 25th

DUNGANNON UNION. TENDERS WANTED FOR THEATRE STERILIZING EQUIPMENT. Board Guardians of I- Union will at Meeting to hen. THURSDAY. 25th

January. leecive ana consider Tenders toi E.ec.iica! Sterilizing Equipment foi heat re per List supplied Office. Tenders to be on Oflkial Forms an** to be ludped not later than o’cloclon above-named day. The lowest or any Tender no* accepted (By Order), C. A. IRWIN, Clerk the Un
18 January 1945 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
STOCKS & . TAME SHARES lUIIC LONDON. Wed.—The tone was generally firm, with business concentrated mainly in industrials. British Government

STOCKS & . TAME SHARES lUIIC LONDON. Wed.—The tone was generally firm, with business concentrated mainly in industrials. British Government

stocks were again In the ascendant and several gams of *is were recorded, while 3% war Loan improved i. Cunards advanced and Court Lines gained 9d. British Celanese declined 1/- to 35/-. Woolworths lost 9d. BRITISH FUNDS, Ac.—Consols 25%, 824-H: 4%. 110S+ii 4 '. Local Loans, 95i
18 January 1945 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MANAGER (For Wholesale Book Department). APPLY, by letter only, stating qualifications, experience. and salary expected, and enclosing copies references to—

MANAGER (For Wholesale Book Department). APPLY, by letter only, stating qualifications, experience. and salary expected, and enclosing copies references to—

EASON & SON (BELFAST), LTD., Wholesale Newsagents. Booksellers and Stationers, 17, Donegall Street, Belfast
08 January 1945 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FOR SALE AND WANTED

FOR SALE AND WANTED

NOW IS THE TIME TO INSTALL A LUCAS FREELITE ELECTRIC LIGHT PLANT All ready for Installing, £35 Os Od. THE CLYDESDALE SUPPLY CO.. LTD. 127, Royal Ave.; 28, Shaftesbury Sq.; 169, North Street, Belfast. __ Church Street, Ballymena.
08 January 1945 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CHELTENHAM WINNERS

CHELTENHAM WINNERS

napped by ** Sir Hugo and "Pathfinder.” won at Cheltenham on Saturdav. Pathfinder also gave Blrthlaw (3-1) and Schubert (3-1). 12-30—BIRTH LAW (3-1), li Clarendon (6-1), 2; lambic (100-7), 3. 111.; 31, Also—Platypus. Mountain Ranger (6-4. f.). The, Nagger, Welsh Rabbit. Portreev
08 January 1945 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ULSTER AND THE WAR POST FOR BELFASTMAN

ULSTER AND THE WAR POST FOR BELFASTMAN

Colonel Maurice Henry has been appointed Deputy Military Secretary, General Headquarters, Indian Command, with the rank of Brigadier. He is a son of the late Robert Henry and Mrs. Henry, of 21, South Parade, Belfast. B.E.M. FOR CARRICK SEAMAN Able-Seaman Matthew Erdis, of Agnes
08 January 1945 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Twenty-five Years Ago

Twenty-five Years Ago

(From Eeltast News-Letter, Jan., Anglo-Italian discussions preliminary to the resumed Peace Conference in Paris began at 10. Downing Street. The Italian Premier, Signor Nitti, in an interview, said it must be remembered that the Italian people entered the war of their own accord
08 January 1945 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland