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TITO’S CHARGE

TITO’S CHARGE

Investigation by Greek Premier Admiral Petros Voulgaris, the Greek Prime Minister, left Athens yesterday for Salonika, apparently to study on the spot Marshal Tito’s radio accusation of last Sunday that Greek reactionaries and troops had fired across the frontier into Yugoslavia
12 July 1945 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
POLLING TO-DAY

POLLING TO-DAY

SEATS IN ENGLAND AND SCOTLAND Polling will take place to-day in the 13 constituencies in the South of Scotland and nine in the North of England which the elections were postponed because of holidays. There will still two constituencies, Nelson and Colne, and Central Hull, in whi
12 July 1945 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
JERUSALEM

JERUSALEM

City to be Governed by British Officials . Wednesday.—A temporary Commission of five British Government officials has been appointed to maintain essential municipal services in Jerusalem after an official announcement that the Municipal Council is deemed as having ceased to exis
12 July 1945 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COAL SHORTAGE

COAL SHORTAGE

Britain’s Export Trade Affected . Foreign ships bringing goods to Britain are having difficulty in getting cargoes of coal to take back on account of the coal shortage, states the Press Association Newcastle correspondent. One Swedish vessel which brought timber to the Tyne is s
12 July 1945 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NOTICE. READERS are advised not to send remittances with replies to Box Numbers. The identity oi I the Advertiser should

NOTICE. READERS are advised not to send remittances with replies to Box Numbers. The identity oi I the Advertiser should

first ascertained. The Publishers will not be responsible for any loss that may arise through disregard = this notice. ■ RUENTLX required ail classes ot I Watches. Clocks. Jewellery. Old lold and Silver; our reputation lor ughest cash prices is well known, jstablished over 25 ye
12 July 1945 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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ASTORIA To-day^fromZ-30. Thursday and Friday from 1-30. Ray Milland,' Barbara Britton, Till We Meet Again." Also The Man from Cheyenne."

ASTORIA To-day^fromZ-30. Thursday and Friday from 1-30. Ray Milland,' Barbara Britton, Till We Meet Again." Also The Man from Cheyenne."

Cafe and Car Park.
12 July 1945 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
EDUCATION

EDUCATION

GARVEY COLLEGE, Botanic Ave., Belfast. WILL RE-OPEN MONDAY, 6th AUGUST. SUCCESSES FOR LAST SCHOOL YEAR (AUG., 1944—MAY, 1945) INCLUDE: Pre-Medical Chemistry The following Pupils passed completely MissN. Boyd. Hillsborough. Down. ln'i?y) U y e Miss D. Kelso, Kilrea, Co, Derry. Ex
21 July 1945 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FOR SALE AND WANTED

FOR SALE AND WANTED

% Hurt sji iwi 9 / W illil Wl rs^s?^ /I' Scotch/ 208th Year SATURDAY, JULY 21, 1945 THREE-HALFPENCE
21 July 1945 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
holiday accommodation

holiday accommodation

21 July 1945 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CAB ABANDONED

CAB ABANDONED

At 7-30 p.m. yesterday the car was found abandoned an isolated spot at Buckholt, on the Herefordshire - Monmouthshire border. It had apparently stopped through lack of petrol. The driver was seen to dash into a wood with a revolver in his hand. A Monmouthshire County police patr
16 July 1945 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland