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FOR SALE.

FOR SALE.

PAIR OF VERY FINE KIRMAN NADIR SHAH PICTORAL RUGS, with Hunting Borders (in perfect condition). Size. 6ft. 10in. x 4ft. Bcn. Price, £3OO Pair, or nearest offer. Owner anxious to sell. Reply F 1046, News-Letter. URGENTLY required, all classes of Watches, Clocks. Jewellery, Old Go
15 February 1945 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
OBITUARY A NOTED ARTIST

OBITUARY A NOTED ARTIST

Sir William Rothonstein, one of the foremost contemporary British artists, as well a distinguished writer and teacher, died yesterday at his home. Far Oakridge. Stroud. Gloucestershire. He was 73. He had been ill for some time a result of the strain which two years as war artist
15 February 1945 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ALLIES GAIN NEW GROUND

ALLIES GAIN NEW GROUND

riPHE Germans carried out six counter-attacks yesterday against British troops in the Reichswald Forest area, in an attempt to stem Field Marshal Montgomery’s outflanking threat to the Ruhr. All the attacks were repulsed, with heavy losses to the enemy, and the British forces ga
15 February 1945 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
RECONSTRUCTION IN ULSTER

RECONSTRUCTION IN ULSTER

How It Will Be Financed mHE Ulster Minister of in^ f ™ Finance (Major Maynard B^tiVcov- Sinclair) replied once more ernment In 1938 the then Chan• * last night to suggestions that ‘■ however, in some future and order to finance the Government’s different circumstances there were
15 February 1945 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SHOW OF PIGS

SHOW OF PIGS

Crossgar Boar Wins the Championship The Royal Uls t e r Agricultural Society’s annual show and aa'cQf large white boars and sows, and British Friesian bulls and heifer. was opened yesterday with the show for pigs at the premises of Mesbis. R< The "pigs'’ showed great .increase o
15 February 1945 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HALF-BACKS SHAPE WELL

HALF-BACKS SHAPE WELL

The young Queen's half-backs. Strathdee and Kyle, justified their choice. ar.< they had a difficult task. The Mitchell-Todd wing was less prominent than in the game against the Combined Services, but Todd was the pick of the line, quick thinking and enterprising, and tackling Mo
15 January 1945 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MOYNE MURDER

MOYNE MURDER

“Fair Verdict” Plea Cairo Trial CAIRO. Sunday.—Tewfik Doss Pasha, counsel for defence at the resumed trial of Ben Souri and Hakim, the two Palestinian youths accused of the murder of Lord Moyne, to-day urged the court not inflict the maximum penalty. The accused men risked their
15 January 1945 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MANDALAY ONLY SO MILES AWAY

MANDALAY ONLY SO MILES AWAY

FINAL ASSAULT CITY SOON SWIFT 14th ARMY GAIN General Slim’s 14tb Army is within 30 miles of Mandalay. this rate of progress they aro expected to reach the Irrawaddy, ready for the final assault on the city, m the next few days, cables Reuter. They have pushed on 15 miles past Sh
15 January 1945 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DIED OX 100th BIRTHDAY

DIED OX 100th BIRTHDAY

Mrs. Emma Harding, within a few hours of reaching her 100th birthday, died yesterday at her home London Road, Hinckley, Leicester.
15 January 1945 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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tfose Oeueiou* w* junsee

You can make four delicious flavours in Marshall’s junkots from a package of Marshall’s Junket Powders—Raspberry, Strawberry, Vanilla, and. Banana —each tube sufficient for two i-pint Junkets —8 all. Rich, Creamy, appetising and delicious. What a wartime treat for the family 1 S
15 January 1945 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland