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DOUBLE TRAGEDY

DOUBLE TRAGEDY

Inquest on Belfast Woman and Son That he shot his mother and afterwards committed suicide while temporarily insane was the verdict at the inquest held by Mr. M. L. M'Cracken, Deputy Coroner, Belfast yesterday on Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Patton, aged 60, of Mountpottinger Road, and he
05 July 1945 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ROYAL MARINES

ROYAL MARINES

The title of General Officer Commanding Royal Marines has been altered to Commandant General Royal Marines, the Admiralty announced yesterday. This is reversion to old custom to avoid confusion with other officers iin command Marine formations.
05 July 1945 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ULSTER ELECTRICITY

ULSTER ELECTRICITY

INQUIRY INTO BIG SCHEME BOARD’S PROPOSALS The taking evidence was begun at the resumed hearing in Belfast yesterday by his Honour Judge Shell. K.C- of an inquiry into the application by the Electricity Board for Northern Ireland for confirmation of the Board’s No. 8 Development
05 July 1945 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
I STOCKS & . Tnyc SHARES a ullk London, Wednesday.—The ouoyincy which developed on Tuesday was even more in evidence,

I STOCKS & . Tnyc SHARES a ullk London, Wednesday.—The ouoyincy which developed on Tuesday was even more in evidence,

the main reason for the general strength being che growing conviction that the Conservative Tarty will be returned in force to-day. Both the War Loans pul 16. Conversion and New Consols ,1J per cent, were also ‘is higher, and Old Consols rose i. More attention was paid to home r
05 July 1945 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BBUELING’S ALLEGATION

BBUELING’S ALLEGATION

Brueling, called to give evidence, alleged that he was compelled to make a statement, and that Captain X’’ had stated that he would have him hanged if he did not make it. The statement alleged to have been made by Brueling referred to a stolen paper, and read:—“ As far as I can
05 July 1945 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COWMAN—WALLACE

COWMAN—WALLACE

The wedding took place in Hamilton Road Methodist Church, Bangor, yesterday, of Major F. M. Cowman, U.S. Army, son of Mr. William Cowman and the late Mrs. Cowman, Irving, Texas, U.S.A., and Miss Geraldine M. Wallace, daughter of Mrs. A. Wallace, Bangor, and the late Mr, K. J. Wa
11 July 1945 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ATHLONE (Dublin)—s3l metres

ATHLONE (Dublin)—s3l metres

(Dublin)—s3l metres <Corrected tor Double Summer Time) 2, Concert: 240, News. Stocks, and Weather: 2-45—3-38. Concert. 7, Gaelic: 7-48, News and Weather. 8-30. Play, Bllgh the Bounty. 8, Grieg: Patricia Herbert, with Radio Orch.; 848,-A Parmer Talks Shop. 10, Cellldhe Band; 10-30
11 July 1945 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SHOPPING HOURS

SHOPPING HOURS

Sir—ln your issue of to-day, I was very pleased to read Mr. M'ConneU’s letter on the subject of shopping hours. In my opinion, it is the most sensible so far, and he displays a great amount of humanity in his endeavour to solve the question of a Saturday holiday for shop assista
11 July 1945 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
EAST BELFAST PAINTING

EAST BELFAST PAINTING

Lord Glentoran last night unveiled a mural painting at Skipton Street, Albert Bridge Road. Belfast, to commemorate men of the three Services who had lost their lives in the war. Gleanings from .UOIIX Town & Country strations at Finaghy. It must quite a shock to the great number
11 July 1945 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
will parade in full strength

will parade in full strength

tanks and armoured cars the capital on Friday. Brigadier C. Ravenhill, administrative commander of the British section states that no British troops are under canvas. The Brit is h authorities may eventually build a church as no church in Berlin can be used for parades owing to
11 July 1945 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland