AUCTION OF VALUABLE FARM, IMPLEMENTS AND FURNITURE We are instructed by the Executors of the late Miss MARGARET GIBSON SERVICE, to SELL by AUCTION, on the PREMISES, on MONDAY. 13th MARCH, 1950, at Two o’clock. fIIHAT Valuable Farm of Land, containing 104 acres 0 roods 35 perches
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First results on Friday afternoon The votes cast in the Ulster constituencies will be counted on Friday. First results In Belfast may not be avaUable until about 4 p.m. The votes cast in the four Belfast constituencies will be counted simultaneously at the City Han. Mr. Ralph S.
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