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DOMINION A COLONIAL

DOMINION A COLONIAL

Austral 4 *65/69 76 34+14 Austral 12 '6l/66 82+14 Austral '63/65 81 34+14 Austral '65/67 77 I 2 +I4 Austral 3 '65/67 77 I 2 +I4 Austral *75/77. 70-* l 4 New Zealand 82 34^14
28 August 1956 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
RHODESIAN

RHODESIAN

Bancroft 50/3-3d Central Mining l Chartered 72/7 b-s-Sd N'changa 13 Rtio A Amer 111/o+l/0 Selection 50/0-*-3d Roan Ant 27/s+-5d Select Trust 4 Tanganyika 7 Wankia Colliery 17/1 MISCELLANEOUS MINES \ Brok Hill 97/0-6d Brok Hill South 61/3-5d Brok Hill New 48/3+54 Burma Cons Zinc
28 August 1956 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PLANNING APPEAL

PLANNING APPEAL

Inspector to look at Belfast site A Ministry of Health and Local Government Inspector (Mr. J. Aitken) is to look at a site at the corner of Vulcan Street and Saul Street off Newtownards Road, Belfast, the subject of a planning appeal which he heard at Stormont yesterday. The app
28 August 1956 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
POLICE TOLD OF EASTBOURNE WOMEN’S LAST DAYS TVETECTIVE Superintendent Herbert Hannam of Scotland Yard, who is inquiring into the deaths

POLICE TOLD OF EASTBOURNE WOMEN’S LAST DAYS TVETECTIVE Superintendent Herbert Hannam of Scotland Yard, who is inquiring into the deaths

of a number of women in' Eastbourne and the surrounding countryside over a period of several years, yesterday took a statement from a woman who was a nurse at Eastbourne In 1950. She is Miss Helen Mason-Ellis, of Hooe, near Battle (Sussex), who was nursing Mrs. Edith Alice Morre
28 August 1956 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Kilbeggan

Kilbeggan

2- —Charles Haven (7-2). Balllnaborey (10-1), 2; Tracassm (5-2). 3. 3- —Fortlass (8-1) and Golden Rebel (7-2) deadbeat; Amadeo (5-1), 3. 3- —Prince Patrick (7-1), 1: Roan Anna (11-8), 2: Calfstown Prince (9-2), 3. 4- —Knight Errant (1-3). 1: String of Pearls (5-1), 2: Areola (5-
28 August 1956 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Yachting Royal North of Ireland-Fairy class (7 starters) —1, Maimoune (Messrs. Henshall & Orr), 8-40-20; 2, Fiend (G. T. Gailey),

Yachting Royal North of Ireland-Fairy class (7 starters) —1, Maimoune (Messrs. Henshall & Orr), 8-40-20; 2, Fiend (G. T. Gailey),

8-41-0: 3. Mousme (F. J. R- Storey), 8-41-6. Lake class (8 starters) —1, Caragh (J. Andrews), 8-2-27; 2. Feeagh (Messrs. May & Tate), 8-3-11; 3. (M. Newell). 8-4-44. Swallow class (junior members) (five starters)—!. Javanica (Miss Sally MaGuire); 2. Phedine (D. Christie), 7-55-5
28 August 1956 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CURRAN THEATRES PRESEST:- ASTORIA M knock Mon. Tue. Wed. from 2-20 Wendell COREY. Mickey ROONEY. Nicole MAUREY. “BOLD AND THE

CURRAN THEATRES PRESEST:- ASTORIA M knock Mon. Tue. Wed. from 2-20 Wendell COREY. Mickey ROONEY. Nicole MAUREY. “BOLD AND THE

BRAVE; 3-38. 6-20. 9-2. James HAYTER. *7 A STRANGER/* 2-24. 5-6. 7-48. BROADWAY falls road Mon.. Tues.. Wed. Pier ANGEL! and Phil CAREY in “PORT AFRIQUE.” At 3-30 6-15, 9-0 Also BOND OP FEAR." CAPITOL ANTRIM ROAD Mon. ue. Wed. from 2-15 CINEMASCOPE! Guy MADISON. Virginia LELTH i
28 August 1956 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE INCORPORATED CRIPPLES INSTITUTES AND HOLIDAY HOMES. STEWART MEMORIAL SPECIAL SCHOOL. BANGOR. L.P.H.W. HEATING INSTALLATION. rpENDERS are invited from compelent

THE INCORPORATED CRIPPLES INSTITUTES AND HOLIDAY HOMES. STEWART MEMORIAL SPECIAL SCHOOL. BANGOR. L.P.H.W. HEATING INSTALLATION. rpENDERS are invited from compelent

Contractors for complete L.P.H.W. Healing Installation and lI.W. Supply Installation to carried out the above School in accordance with the Drawings and Specifications prepared by the Consulting Engineer, Mr. William J. Ogle, Assoc.l.E.E., 63. Main Street. Bangor. Co. Down, from
31 May 1956 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Will be held at the Lister Girl Guides’ Training Centre, Lome, Graigavad, Co. Down, on FRIDAY and SATURDAY, Ist and

Will be held at the Lister Girl Guides’ Training Centre, Lome, Graigavad, Co. Down, on FRIDAY and SATURDAY, Ist and

2nd JUNE, 1956. Opening Ceremony FRIDAY 3:iO p.m. by His Excellency LORD WAKEHURST, K.C.M.G. LADY VVAKEHURST President of the Ulster Girl Guides, will also be present. Various Stalls. Teas. &c. Saturday will be Children's Day. Pony Rides, Films. Punch and Judy Shows and Entertai
31 May 1956 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
YOUNG MAN. 20 25,

YOUNG MAN. 20 25,

REQUIRED FOR TIME OFFICE of well-known City Firm. TVifUST reside Belfast. Copy references, particulars of experience and salary expected, to X 12758. News-Letter.
31 May 1956 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland