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CHEAPER MOTORING IS A FACT WHEN YOU FIT GOODYEAR

CHEAPER MOTORING IS A FACT WHEN YOU FIT GOODYEAR

You get more trouble-free miles- at no extra cost! When you fit dc Luxe tyres by Goodyear you cut your running
27 March 1954 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SAILING LISTS ON APPLICATION TICKETS ON SALE FROM sth AHHIL.

SAILING LISTS ON APPLICATION TICKETS ON SALE FROM sth AHHIL.

SAILING LISTS ON APPLICATION TICKETS ON SALE FROM AHHIL. NOTE—SPECIAL MIDNIGHT SAILINGS TO DOUGLAS ON SATURDAYS. 10th snd 17th JULY W. E. WnXIAMES & CO.. Agents. 8. Victoria St., Belfast. Phone 31066 (4 lines)
27 March 1954 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
GUINNESS’ EXTRA STOUT APOLOGY MARION FOWLER, 28/29, WOODHOUSE STREET, PORTADOWN To: Arthur Guinness Son & Co. (Dublin), Ltd. St. James’s

GUINNESS’ EXTRA STOUT APOLOGY MARION FOWLER, 28/29, WOODHOUSE STREET, PORTADOWN To: Arthur Guinness Son & Co. (Dublin), Ltd. St. James’s

Gate Brewery, Dublin. Gentlemen, I hereby tender to you my unqualified Apology lor having told In bottle as " GUINNESS' STOUT article which was not your genuine Extra Stout. undertake to discontinue the practice and to adopt in future such steps will render Impossible a recurren
27 March 1954 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Cliurehtown, * ■ rand Natiol ridden by T. 1 Linf WHAT is betwee answer may finals as folio UNFIELD v,

Cliurehtown, * ■ rand Natiol ridden by T. 1 Linf WHAT is betwee answer may finals as folio UNFIELD v,

at Cli GLENTORAN It is the fl seasons for Lin to avoid each ol of the last four, to win througl which they appeared on together, the that of 1945 w successful by 4- !n a semi-fin; field beat Gler 1652 and in 195] the final at Lin: 1-0 after t and 3-1. All these i Cllftonvllle. s
27 March 1954 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
':j Sm ■ Churchtown, one of Vinoent O’Brien’s two entries tor the Grand National, with O. Sullivan tn>. To-day the

':j Sm ■ Churchtown, one of Vinoent O’Brien’s two entries tor the Grand National, with O. Sullivan tn>. To-day the

horse will be ridden by T. TaafTe. O’Brien trained last year’s Winner, Early Mist.
27 March 1954 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Provisions

Provisions

Quiet conditions prevailed on the London •free” market for fancy Continental cheeses, and during the past week the following prices were realised:—Danish Blue. 268/- to 270/-, and Danish (cut In 12 portions) 294/- to 298/- per cwt. first hand; Danish gorgonzola 2/8 to 2/B*. and
13 May 1954 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Harman leads assistants

Harman leads assistants

Tony Harman, the 23-year-old Berkshire assistant and former Herts and Surrey open champion, added a 70 to his first 69 to head the 16 qualifiers for the match play stages of the Coombe Hill open assistants tournament with a magnificent 36 holes total of 139 strokes yesterday. By
13 May 1954 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HOCKEY

HOCKEY

Ireland favourites to beat Scotland (BY OUR CORRESPONDENT) IRELAND, with a 6-0 win over Wales to their credit, are strong favourites in todav s hockey international at LondonbridKO Road. Dublin, where Scotlana play their first international of the season. Bad luck-dhroußh injury
27 March 1954 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MOTORING

MOTORING

Reliability trial The leading trials drivers in Irish motoring will contest the Irish Experts’ Reliability Trial this afternoon. The trial, which is organised by the Newry and District Motor Club, has at* acted 19 entries, all of them specially qualified by outstanding performan
27 March 1954 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DERRY RESULTS

DERRY RESULTS

300-Barbados (4-1). I; Tcssle's Pet (3-11, 2. 18.90. 440—Karloe Songster (3-1). 1: Cloc Realta i9-4i, 2. 26.59. 300—Daft Rose (8-1), 1; Parloe Quiver (5-H. 2. 17.93. 300—Slaney's Farm (3-D. Pigart Lass (4-51. 2. 18.11. 509—Gleaming Sand (2-D and Dutch Swimmer (3-D deadheated for
27 March 1954 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland