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Goorwitch’s Ballymena Great Winter

Goorwitch’s Ballymena Great Winter

Begins Saturday 9-30 To buy at this Sale is to save a considerable amount of money, because Goorwitch’s are ottering you this unique opportunity of obtaining genuine Sale Reductions at a time when prices all round are continuing to soar. Thus it is a definite investment to antic
December 30, 1939 - Ballymena Weekly Telegraph - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TO EMPLOYEES

TO EMPLOYEES

Save together and save regularly—to help your Country in the fight for freedom. By joining the Ulster Savings Group in your factory or office you will find it easier to save regularly and in small sums. If there is no Savings Group at your place of employment set about forming o
December 30, 1939 - Ballymena Weekly Telegraph - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BALLYMENA ACADEMY

BALLYMENA ACADEMY

and active steps were taken to forge ahead with the most urgent, namely the provision of suitable playing-fields. Unfortunately the war has necessitated a slowing-up of all development schemes, ahd the Governors have very wisely decided to regulate their pace by prevalent condit
December 30, 1939 - Ballymena Weekly Telegraph - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
I I \«r,Y | I | i;V'S!.„ TABERN ACLEI RANDALSTOWN. —GROUP TAKEN at the official opening of the new ELIM

I I \«r,Y | I | i;V'S!.„ TABERN ACLEI RANDALSTOWN. —GROUP TAKEN at the official opening of the new ELIM

TABERNACLE IN NEW STREET. RANDALSTOWN. THE PARTY INCLUDES PASTOR E. J. PHILLIPS, SECRETARY-GENERAL, OF LOIiDON, WHO PERFORMED THE OPENING CEREMONY. w ' I •j I fJ " 4J9 . ■l’[l »! \ K -m * i i,., 'U •./ >-/ K\k~ MV-. JjM :j k I I __ A. • v r 'S>V’> / ! f "■ f . iHK UUKb OF ABERCO
December 30, 1939 - Ballymena Weekly Telegraph - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LOST NAZI COLONIES.

LOST NAZI COLONIES.

ipHOSE people, doubtless wellmeaning but excessively credulous, who for a number of years had been calling for the return to Germany of the Colonies lost by her in the last war, must, in the light afforded by recent events have had good reason to admit their error. They have, in
December 30, 1939 - Ballymena Weekly Telegraph - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Wit and Wisdom of the Great. SEVEN LORDS A NOBLEMAN once went to cell on Holbein, the great painter, who

Wit and Wisdom of the Great. SEVEN LORDS A NOBLEMAN once went to cell on Holbein, the great painter, who

did not wish to be disturbed and sent down word by his servant. The nobleman, however, pushed past and entered the studio. Holbein was so enraged that he threw him downstairs. The visitor went to the King and asked for Holbein to be punished. Holbein at the King’s request apolog
December 30, 1939 - Ballymena Weekly Telegraph - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Is Our Wage System Wrong ?

Is Our Wage System Wrong ?

OUR wage system is wrong. say this as an old workman and trade unionist, and a very old observer of systems here and abroad. At least forty years ago I put forward certain proposals. They were not adopted. Let me submit proposals now to fit the circumstances of the moment, and t
December 30, 1939 - Ballymena Weekly Telegraph - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Ship Refloated.

Ship Refloated.

The 8,939-ton London tanker Alheltemplar, beached week previously, is refloated and taken Into port. Although the Atheltemplar was badly damaged an explosion, which killed two of her crew, one of them a young Belfast man, none of her cargo was lost After she was abandoned thirty
December 30, 1939 - Ballymena Weekly Telegraph - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, SATURDAY. DECEMBER 30, 1939.

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, SATURDAY. DECEMBER 30, 1939.

December 30, 1939 - Ballymena Weekly Telegraph - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
JOB THAT TOOK FOUR HOURS.

JOB THAT TOOK FOUR HOURS.

They carried over two hundred heavy cases, each containing 5,000 rounds, out of the Fort and loaded them on the waiting lorries, each of which was driven away as its cargo was completed. It took them nearly four hours to complete this work during which time there was no sign fro
December 30, 1939 - Ballymena Weekly Telegraph - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland