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“Belfast News-Letter” CHRISTMAS ARRANGEMENTS The Belfast News-Letter” will not be published on CHRISTMAS DAY or BOXING DAY. The Office will

“Belfast News-Letter” CHRISTMAS ARRANGEMENTS The Belfast News-Letter” will not be published on CHRISTMAS DAY or BOXING DAY. The Office will

be reopened for the transaction public business at 7 p.m. on WEDNESDAY, December 26.
19 December 1951 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Wanted young Men BREAD SALESMEN. ■PERMANENT jobs for Men able to build up Sales In new housing estates In Belfast,

Wanted young Men BREAD SALESMEN. ■PERMANENT jobs for Men able to build up Sales In new housing estates In Belfast,

Holywood and Carrickfergus. Cash security required. Apply X 14082, News- Letter.
03 August 1951 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Domeatic

Domeatic

LADY wants Light Housework Tuesday and Thursday mornings: Onnea.t Road.—Gso77. News-Letter. PARLOURMAID (R.C.) wishes nice post- adult family; where 2 or mors maids kept: in or convenient to Belfast.—GPso3S, News-Letter. RESPECTABLE Protestant Woman would Working Housekeeper to
03 August 1951 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ULSTER WEDDINGS

ULSTER WEDDINGS

Gittins—Kiliiner At Knock Methodist Church yesterday the wedding took place of Lieut. John H. Glttins, RJLS.C., only son Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Gittins, Seliy Oak, Birmingham, and Miss A. S. Joan Klliiner, youngest daughter Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kiliiner, Wavertree, Upper Newtownarda R
03 August 1951 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
a cousin

a cousin

ALEXANDER Henderson (39), of Movilla Street, New. townards, was found guilty at the Ulster Winter Assizes at Downpatrick yesterday of the manslaughter of John M'Connell (19), Ballygowan, Comber, who died after being knocked down by a lorry the main Newtownards-ComW road July 7 l
19 December 1951 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
intensive training and there was little time for sporting activities, but the battalion won the East Anglian and 3rd Division

intensive training and there was little time for sporting activities, but the battalion won the East Anglian and 3rd Division

motorcycle trials. The mascot of the battalion for the voyage will be Bingo,large Boxer dog which has accompanied it on all exercises this year. It was brought from Germany by Captain M. de Vere White and yesterday was observed sitting in the rain under the huge White Ensign at
05 November 1951 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
134 PER CENT.

134 PER CENT.

Mr. Spence said that new townships were growing all around the city and the church must minister to them. In the past 14 years the population of the Cregagh-Castlereagh district had increased by 134 per cent. In the adjoining districts of Cregagh, Breda and Edenderry there were
05 November 1951 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
RETURN TO WINNING FORM BY ULSTER

RETURN TO WINNING FORM BY ULSTER

Ravenhill Ulster 18, Munster 3 AT last victory has come the way of Ulster, but, while the margin of success against Munster, at Ravenbltl —two goals a penalty goal and a try to a try—appears convincing, It can hardly be said that the play of the team was satisfactory, judged by
05 November 1951 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Continued decline likely (From Our Stock Euhuitc Correspondent) LONDON, Sunday. JUDGING from the state of markets at the close of

Continued decline likely (From Our Stock Euhuitc Correspondent) LONDON, Sunday. JUDGING from the state of markets at the close of

business on Friday, there is every chance of a further decline in gilt-edged values in London today. Conditions have not altered since Friday and any rally can be expected to spring from purely technical causes. The decline owes its origin to the heavy forced cash sales from spe
05 November 1951 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PROPERTY MARKET

PROPERTY MARKET

Ulster house and farm sales (From a Special Correspondent) Two detached villas were among the house properties sold in Belfast last week. A third, Rathdale, 628, Crumlin Road, did not reach the reserve and now offered privately, by J. Alfred M'Auley & Co. It is held at a rental
05 November 1951 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland