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MR. E. BLOW

MR. E. BLOW

Mr. Edwin Blow, whose death has taken place at 9, Knockdene Park, Belfast, in his 79th year, was an old Instonian, and was prominent in Ulster cricket circles about 30 years ago. He played for the North Ireland Club, of which he was treasurer for some vears He was a descendant o
10 April 1945 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NTARY ELECTIONS

NTARY ELECTIONS

L. E. Curran, K.C., addressed meetings yesterday at Mossley, Kingsmoss, and Carntall. Th«> basis of his policy, he said, honesty, and the only promise he would make was that all the power at his command would be devoted to the welfare of the people of Ulster. As to the Labour Pa
10 April 1945 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MR. SIMPSON’S CAMPAIGN

MR. SIMPSON’S CAMPAIGN

The Labour candidate in the Larne Division by-eiectlon, Mr. F. V. Simpson, addressed a largelyattended meeting yesterday at The Arches, Magheramorne. William Calwell presided. The chairman and the candidate both laid great stress on what they termed the inadequate medical servic
10 April 1945 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HIES ADVANCE

HIES ADVANCE

OILS. —• Ang. Ecuad.. Ang. Iranian, Si-isz; Brit. Conlr'led pf, 13/9-14d: Burraah, 4 -13 2 ; Kern, 4/3-14d; Trin. Lease 49 -132; Ultramar. 78/0-3d; Un. Brit. Trin., 18/3+lJd, RUBBERS.—Ang. Dutch. 21/14+14d; Gula K’pong. 17/44-14d; Un. Sua Belong, 36/o+3d.
10 April 1945 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FILMS OF THE WEEK

FILMS OF THE WEEK

One of the most vivid films of the war is on view this week at the • CLASSIC CINEMA. It is “The Second Battle of London,” documentary , dealing with the V-bomb attacks. • showing the bombs in the air, their ; explosion and the damage they cause. It must rank with ** The Battle •
10 April 1945 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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EIRE ESTIMATES

EIRE ESTIMATES

Eire’s estimated receipts and expenditure for the financial year 1945-46, upon which the Minister for Finance will base his budget balance, is £53,172,000 compared with £48,619,000, increase of £4,553,000.
30 April 1945 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
New Deadlock at San Francisco

New Deadlock at San Francisco

Russia Insists on Invitation to Warsaw Poles RUSSIA has revived the Polish problem at the San Francisco Conference, insisting anew that the Provisional Government of Warsaw be invited to send delegates, and con-' fronting the conference with another deadlock. Powers in the world
30 April 1945 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Service

Service

's proposals fotJ of a national! be discussed at! representati' Medical Asso-K on Thursday. iportant changes by the Associa-:. committee. Mr. ster Health,® agreed to dropfl he setting up (it|s Board, which ■s direction, existing insur-8 pstem. He heal itroduce health degrees. am
30 April 1945 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ISOLATION DEAD

ISOLATION DEAD

Security In It WASHINGTON, Sunday—Mr. Josaph Grew. Acting Secretary of State, declared to-day that Americans have come to the re'uctant realisation that never again can we or any other people find security in isolation” He said that it was due to an awareness that there no certa
30 April 1945 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MORRIS

MORRIS

MOTORS LTD.. COWLEY, OXFORD ETVZemns LaJwotbct . : -■?; *-- --' ;
30 April 1945 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland