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BELFAST TELEGRAPH, THURSDAY, JULY 5, 1945.

BELFAST TELEGRAPH, THURSDAY, JULY 5, 1945.

05 July 1945 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HOTELS.

HOTELS.

KILLINEY (Co. Dublin) Court-Na7Farraga Hotel (Owasite Rea SNOW UNRIVALLED SITUATION. EARN era IN ma.
05 July 1945 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
EAST END'S LEADING HOUSE FURNISHERS NON-UTILITY CHEAPEST UTILITY FURNITURE for CASH or FURNITURE STILL A EASY TERMS SAMPLES SPLENDID 6

EAST END'S LEADING HOUSE FURNISHERS NON-UTILITY CHEAPEST UTILITY FURNITURE for CASH or FURNITURE STILL A EASY TERMS SAMPLES SPLENDID 6

ON VIEW. SELECTION Open m. Saturday till Inspection Invited. p. GIIIESPIE & WILSON 93, 95, 97 & 115 ALBERTBRIDGE ROAD : BELFAST
05 July 1945 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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05 July 1945 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1945. COAL SHORTAGE DEATHS.

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1945. COAL SHORTAGE DEATHS.

MANY CHILD VICTIMS. It was reported at to-day's meeting of Belfast Corporation Maternity and Child Welfare Committee that the infantile mortality rate from the beginning of the year till January 21 was 134, compared with 9ji for the corresponding period last year. It is understo
16 February 1945 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
RADIO HOKE (112.5, 211.1, 641.1, 4134 m). H. News. S-N, Woman's Page. 64.1, Red Cross Contest. 745. "Swing Sextet." 141,

RADIO HOKE (112.5, 211.1, 641.1, 4134 m). H. News. S-N, Woman's Page. 64.1, Red Cross Contest. 745. "Swing Sextet." 141,

"The Future of Farming." 7-56, 'The Chisholm Trail": Ballad opera of the Old West 641, 'James Miser (clarinet) and Victor ' Sabin (piano). 94, News. 121. "The Big Show." No. 3. 11-311. "Away From It All": reading. 16-14, News in Gaelic. 114, 8.8. C. Orchestra and Chorus with Mar
16 February 1945 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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16 February 1945 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BA'IIBFACrORY YEAR.

BA'IIBFACrORY YEAR.

Rt. Hon. Sir Hugh O'Neill. D.L.. M.P.. who presided at the meeting. said they owed a great deal to Miss Newett for the large subscriptions from workers and others. The Clarke Clinic tilled a need longfelt in Belfast. and he wished also to mention the special donation of £l.OOO f
16 February 1945 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BIRTHS.

BIRTHS.

AQN6W —February 5 1945, at Mrs. Hunter's Nursing Home. Lower CtrsceoL Belfast. to Jo.. !nee CAVAN). laic of W J. Banta 29 Windsor Gardens. Bangor—a daughter I Y Jean, ARRINGTON—February IS. INS, to Matisse A Army. and Doitell. Mei Wise.. 1 $ ?contain Street. Hull late of Belfast
16 February 1945 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HOUSE-BREAKING CHARGES.

HOUSE-BREAKING CHARGES.

WOMEN FOR TRIAL THE R.M. AND ANOTHER. An amazing story was told to-day in Belfast Custody Gourt, when Mrs. Gertrude Lily Lemon, Parkgate Crescent: Mrs. Hannah Guy. Constance Street: Mrs. Margaret Youle, Constance Street. and Francis Joseph Mercer. window-cleaner, Constance Stree
16 February 1945 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland