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Bottleneck Efforts to regulate traffic at the Holywood Arches bottleneck by the provision two 'raffic lanes for outward bound vehicles cannot. I think, be claimed to be a success. The Idea Is an excellent one. but until there Is a rearrangement the ’bus stops between the Newtown
27 June 1950 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NEW PERSIAN CABINET

NEW PERSIAN CABINET

dismantling and demolition by experts also the removal anJ re-installation oj plant and machinery OCORCC COHEN SONS CO. LTD SYDENHAM ROAD, QUEEN'S QUAY, BELFAST T.t.phor,. ».!'•.< 5?«7 Cborn. ■•"••I •"» •' ~ ~, A r tSTAB"'IM'O ,J BC'.rttr London - l«4t- fNr. TamwortM -NewcMtl* -
27 June 1950 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
2t DIE IN FLOODS

2t DIE IN FLOODS

At least 21 people were dead and 33 missing yesterday in the wake of sudden floods which swept six counties of West Virginia at the week-end. —Reuter.
27 June 1950 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BIG DIPPER FtNCIED >T NEWIMRKET

BIG DIPPER FtNCIED >T NEWIMRKET

Principal attraction at the first stage of Newmarket’s first July meeting, which open* to-day. 1* tha July Stake*, to be run over live furlongs. Captain Cecil Boyd- Rochfort la to saddle the smart Big Dipper and. after the coif* brflltant display at Ascot when he easily accounte
27 June 1950 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CHILD BURIED IN WOOD

CHILD BURIED IN WOOD

Man sentenced: Cleared of murder charge After being cleared of murder charge at Kent Asaizea at Maidstone yesterday, George Geriocn Gordon, 35-year-old tannery worker of Yocklette Farm Cottage, Waltham, near Canterbury, was sentenced to 10 months' imprisonment on an indictment t
27 June 1950 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
could hardly prove to be workable In democratic communities unless It were to be preceded by complete political federation. “We

could hardly prove to be workable In democratic communities unless It were to be preceded by complete political federation. “We

regard the French objective of the elimination of the age-long feud between France and Germany as being so Important that we are prepared to do our utmost either to join In or to associate ourselves with any scheme that meets with the approval of the six countries now meeting in
27 June 1950 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CHAMPIONSHIP DOG SHOW (Ireland s Classic Canine Event) KING’S HALL, BALMORAL, SATURDAY, Ist JULY, 1,500 Competing Entries Judging from 12

CHAMPIONSHIP DOG SHOW (Ireland s Classic Canine Event) KING’S HALL, BALMORAL, SATURDAY, Ist JULY, 1,500 Competing Entries Judging from 12

noon. SEE CREAM OF BRITISH DOCS.
27 June 1950 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THREE-HALFPENCE

THREE-HALFPENCE

MART 45-47. CHICHESTER STREET, BELFAST. SALE BY AUCTION OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, BOUDOIR GRAND AND UPRIGHT PIANOS, CIIUiAN. CARFETS, RUGS LINENS, PLATE, CHINA, GLASS, COLLECTION Ol PICTURES, PORTABLE AND OTHER TYPEWRITERS, STEM. SAFES, RADIOGRAM, WIRELESS SETS, ELECTRIC REFRIGERA
25 July 1950 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ASSISTANT (male or female) wanted

ASSISTANT (male or female) wanted

for Grocery Business. in writing or in person, with full par- tlculars of past employment, Jkc., to - Waddell Bros., Bath Street, Port rush. ASSISTANT wanted for Grocery; wages. £2 5s clear.—32. Lower Wind- sor Avenue. Phone 66767, or after 6 phone Dunmurry 23C2. R 630 APPLICATI
25 July 1950 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CLAIM FOR £1,306 AGAINST MRS. VAN DER ELST

CLAIM FOR £1,306 AGAINST MRS. VAN DER ELST

Application on earlier judgment MI>C Man nor Flat of told by Mrs. Van Der Elst that RS. Van Uer imsi;, the would ot Sutton House, Co. Dub- Shavex-Zeekol Company account. out , In July g Mlm Shiela accom . lin. asked Mr. Justice Haugn, panied by her aolicltor, went to . veaterdav
25 July 1950 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland