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WANTED SMART WELL-EDUCATED BOY, About * Office Messenger and. if desired, i 12 months Apprentice as Compositor for well-known Printing

WANTED SMART WELL-EDUCATED BOY, About * Office Messenger and. if desired, i 12 months Apprentice as Compositor for well-known Printing

and Paner House. Applv, stating age and reference—X73l. News-Letter. A HANDY MAN WANTED for Farm Work. CAPABLE of driving Tractor and understand machinery. Small House provided. Stale Wages, Family (it any), and full details of experience. —G594, News-Letter. Chartered Accountan
09 March 1945 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PAPER WANTED

PAPER WANTED

New Appeal to People of Belfast “The quantity of paper salvaged in Belfast compares unfavourably , with that saved by cities .corn- , parable size in Great Britain, said Alderman T. Henderson, M.P.. chairman of the Improvement and Salvage Committees, when, he issued a new appeal
09 March 1945 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST WEDDING

BELFAST WEDDING

Williams —Neill The wedding took place yesterday at Carlisle Memorial Churcn Belfast, of Mr. Arthur Hilliard Williams, only son of the late Mr. Victor A. Williams, and of Mrs. Williams. Castle Park, Belfast, and Miss Muriel Neill, daughter of Alderman and Mrs. F. W. Neill. Killu
09 March 1945 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
JOHN MARTIN,

JOHN MARTIN,

Springfield Clontonacaily,
25 July 1945 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MOTOR VEHICLES & TRAILERS

MOTOR VEHICLES & TRAILERS

FOR SALE, 1939 MORRIS 8, In splendid order. Price £2lO. 1938 14 h.p. TRIUMPH, In excellent order. £250. Seen at— HUTCHINSON, HADDOW & CO., Ltd. Oxford Street. HUMBER 18 h.p. 1937. . Perfect condition. Mileage under 25,000. On view, 4. Murray Street. Friday, 27th inst., 11 a.m. M
25 July 1945 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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LATE HEWS

LATE HEWS

ATTACK ON JAPAN Continued this Morning GUAM, Wednesday.—American and British carrier-borne aircraft of the Third Fleet renewed their attack on major combatant ships and other shipping in the vicinity of Kure and Kobe at dawn to*day, Admiral Nimitz announces—Associated Press.
25 July 1945 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
t« M •♦»••• »••»••••«»••» NOTICE. OEADERS are advlted not to JIV send remittances with replies; to Box Numbers. The Identity

t« M •♦»••• »••»••••«»••» NOTICE. OEADERS are advlted not to JIV send remittances with replies; to Box Numbers. The Identity

of the Advertiser should firet be I ascertained. The Publishers will not responsible for any loss that may arise through disregard of
25 July 1945 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LATEST DATE OF APPLICATION. Ist Examinations for SHORTHAND TYPIST AND CLERICAL ASSISTANT CLASS are expected to be held before the

LATEST DATE OF APPLICATION. Ist Examinations for SHORTHAND TYPIST AND CLERICAL ASSISTANT CLASS are expected to be held before the

end of 1945. For over 50 years the Academy has been leading as a Civil Service TraLIt*raUyntTHOUSANDS of our Students have been successful at rivli service Examinations. ENQUIRE NOW for full particulars of these and other Exammat.ons. 1- .ua riICINESS DEPARTMENT intensive course
25 July 1945 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
IRISH OAKS RUNNERS

IRISH OAKS RUNNERS

Probable runners for the Irish Oaks at the Curragh on Saturday are:— Marita (J. Canty), Law Book (G. Cooney). Charisma or Nlcketal (W. Howard), Hyrcania (B. M. Qulrke), Windy Point (P. Powell, jun ). Admirable (A. Barrett). Fly Whisk (J. Moylan), Old Print (J. Tyrrell). Temair (
25 July 1945 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NEW INDUSTRIES IN ULSTER

NEW INDUSTRIES IN ULSTER

A QUICKENING OF THE PACE Sir Roland Nugent, Minister Commerce, speaking In the Ulster Senate yesterday, said that he coaildently anticipated that the Government would be able to quicken the pace very materially In regard to new industries, and that they should, In the not distan
25 July 1945 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland