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FOB SALE AND WANTED

FOB SALE AND WANTED

AND SMALL COLLECTIONS PURCHASED Call. Phone 24940, or Write: 11,,„L Ct-ao,- Cathedral Book Store, IlUgn ureei, Gresham St,, Belfast M 1687 Weather Forecast —Cloudy at tlrst, with light rain locally; mainly ralr later, with bright periods ana perhaps lew showers; rather cool. Fur
31 July 1945 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
GERMANS ON TRIAL

GERMANS ON TRIAL

Another Attempts to Kill Himself A second suicide attempt among 11 German civilians on trial at Darmstadt for the murder of six American airmen took place on Sunday night when one of them tried, unsuccessfully, to hang himself in his cell. was cut down by the prison guard, and a
31 July 1945 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ADMINISTRATION OF GERMANY

ADMINISTRATION OF GERMANY

First Meeting of Allied Control Council THE Allied Control Commission for Germany held its first official meeting in Berlin yesterday. The chief representatives of the four Powers present were Field Marshal Montgomery (Britain), General Eisenhower (U.S.), General Koenig (France)
31 July 1945 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LEAGUE TABLE

LEAGUE TABLE

The following is the Senior League table to date: P. W. L. D. Ps. Ob. % Cregagh 7 1 0 28 85.71 Woodvale 9 2 0 3B 77.77 N.I.C.C. 4 3 I* 18 58.25 Lisburn 5 1 36 55.55 W'town 4 3 2‘ 36 20 65.55 C'ville 9 4 1* 36 50.00 Queens 4 4 0 32 16 50.00 C.P.A. 10 4 16 40.00 H'ywood 10 3 1* 40
30 July 1945 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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JUNIOR CUP No. 2

JUNIOR CUP No. 2

In the semi-final of the Junior Cup No, 2. played at Lurgan on Saturday, Armagh 2nds beat Bangor 2nds by two wickets. Scores: —Bangor 2nds, 97; Armagh 2nds, 103 (for eight declared). North-West Senior League—Waterside 60. Brigade 61 for one, declared (G. M’Naul 21, F. M'Cormick
30 July 1945 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
p.G.L.—Division “ A ”

p.G.L.—Division “ A ”

p.G.L.—Division A Belfast. 85: Cavehlll, 70. Belfast—T. M'Crea 17. W. Gardiner 26. J. Busby 18, J. M'Carley 24. Cavehill—J. Thomson 19, H. Russell 14, A. B. M’Laughlm 17. .1. Patter-son 20. Falls. 71: Whitehead 80. Falls-.T. Diamond 13. J. M'Partland 27. F. Fitzpatrick 17. E. Mag
30 July 1945 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FIRST RACE—7-30

FIRST RACE—7-30

ANGLESEA (375)-S. Marks MYBOE MAJESTIC. D. M'Donagh's Duke Street Printer, W. Wilson Grand Reject, E. Bruce's Thistle Leaf, P. J Currans Concession Pet, J. S. Nelson s Justsonora. MOURNE (525)—Mrs. W. M'L. Wallaces Wasted Effort. W. MTlhagga's Silver Smasher, Miss B. Reilly's Ma
30 July 1945 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
YACHTING AT BANGOR

YACHTING AT BANGOR

Ballyholme Club’s Regatta The regatta organised by the Ballyholme Yacht Club and hel'd at Bang:: on Saturday afternoon, proved very successful. An interesting programme comprised events, for which the entries totalled almost 100. Mr. J. C. Guppies was officer of the day, and he
30 July 1945 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
OTHER EXCHANGES

OTHER EXCHANGES

GLASGOW.—Bank of Scotland 69/6, Com. Bank 90/-, Royal do. 4785, Union do. 95/9, Distillers SS, Highland do. Barry & Staines 54/4i, Coats 50/6, r'inlay, J. 69/6, i'leming, Reid 72/-. Linen Thread 33/3, M'Coll. R. s. 27/-. Nairn &. Greenwich 75/-. Oulram 71/-, Clyde Valley Elec. 1
31 July 1945 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland