January, 1945, at 11-30 a.m., in THE CARLTON HALL of The CARLTON RESTAURANT, Belfast (Entrance by Fountain St.). An Address will be given Licut.- Colonel The Rt. Hon, S. H, HALLTHOMPSON, D.L., M.P., Minister of Education.
Severe Weather in Britain The Arctic cold which has held all Britain in its grip had not relaxed in the Straits of Dover yesterday. The ssa froze during Wednesday night and at noon yesterday large blocks of ice were still floating in Folkestone Harbour. In the early hours there
Situation More Hopeful King Peter of Yugoslavia is apparently adopting a more conciliatory attitude in the crisis which his dismissal of Dr. Subasic, the Premier, precipitated, and, although no settlement has yet been reached, the situation appeared slightly more hopeful last ni
Dim Lighting: p.m. to 8-53 a.m LATE NEWS ENEMY ATTACK CHECKED Germans Being Forced Back Over the Moder The renewal of the German offensive the Northern Alsace has met with a violent check, cables Reuter’s correspondent with the Sixth Army Group. The Germans, who succeeded after f
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Annual Meeting in Belfast The annual meeting the Northern Bank, Limited, was held yesterday in the Head Office, Waring Street, Belfast, the chairman, Mr. W. F. Scott, presiding. The report and accounts were unanimously adopted, on the proposition the chaitman, seconded by Mr. W.