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PLANT FOR SALE

PLANT FOR SALE

Immediate Delivery Plant Depot, Belfast. Subject to remaining Unsold. SMITH TO EXCAVATOR, i cii. yd.. Diesel, with Forward Shovel. Skimmer. Trencher and Crane Equipment a. Dragline available if required. Excellent condition throughout. A genuine buying opportunity. T.D. 18 TRACT
January 2, 1950 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
N.I. TUBERCULOSIS AUTHORITY.

N.I. TUBERCULOSIS AUTHORITY.

WHITEABBEY HOSPITAL. APPLICATIONS are Invited for the Post SHORTHAND/TYPIST at the above-named Hospital. Candidates must be able to produce certificates to show tliat they have attained a standard of at least 100 w.p.m. in shorthand and 40 w.p.m. in typewriting. Subject to a pro
January 2, 1950 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Quarry Owner Requires ENERGETIC WORKING FOREMAN ■II7ITH knowledge of road contract works. Person capable of supervising and managing labour will

Quarry Owner Requires ENERGETIC WORKING FOREMAN ■II7ITH knowledge of road contract works. Person capable of supervising and managing labour will

receive preferential treatment. ▲pply. In writing, to:— ROCKE. HALL & CO.. Accountants & Auditors. 52, Bridge Street, Portadown.
January 2, 1950 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
RACING

RACING

41 per version money to the hookas been striking, lover and betting mal report of the lacing Society In 19 season. 7. the last year of the tote tax, >n National Greytotes had fallen 9 by 35 per cent. 1949 the betting 10 per cent, on vear. and there when figures are quarter, they
January 2, 1950 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH

The Moderator of the Genernl Assembly, the Rt. Rev. Dr. G. D. Erskine, yesterday celebrated the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper in his own congregation (Rosemary), and went in the afternoon to the City Y.M.C.A. for their Centenary Thanksgiving Service. The Rosemary Congregation Y
January 2, 1950 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE SUNSHINE OF 1949

THE SUNSHINE OF 1949

Last year's weather, which broke many sunshine records, was reviewed by Air Ministry meteorological experts during the weekend. March was the sunniest for 20 years in south-west Scotland; temperature 84 degrees on April 16 at Greenwich (85 degrees at Kensington Palace) was the h
January 2, 1950 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
RECENT TO-DAY (from 14) SECOND WEEK! Larry PARKS. Marguerite CHAPMAN The GALLANT BLADE (Cineco'or) 1-10, 3-50. 9-10. Warner BAXTER- "CRIME

RECENT TO-DAY (from 14) SECOND WEEK! Larry PARKS. Marguerite CHAPMAN The GALLANT BLADE (Cineco'or) 1-10, 3-50. 9-10. Warner BAXTER- "CRIME

DOCTOR'S DIARY.”
January 2, 1950 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Showing at 3-15, 6-0. 8-45.

Showing at 3-15, 6-0. 8-45.

MAJESTIC <abc From to-day Edward C. Robinson Susan Hayward. Richard Conte: "House ot Strangers." 3-20. (M). 8-45 Jean Wiltes. Morgan Parley: - The Winners 1 Cirde " 2-20 54). 7-40
January 2, 1950 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PICTUREDROME Matinee* 3 p.m. Continuous 6-15 p.ra. Kirk DOUGLAS and Marilyn DOUGLAS in CHAMPION

PICTUREDROME Matinee* 3 p.m. Continuous 6-15 p.ra. Kirk DOUGLAS and Marilyn DOUGLAS in CHAMPION

January 2, 1950 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MEAT PRICES RAISED

MEAT PRICES RAISED

IN POLAND Textiles to cost 15 per cent. The Polish Government has issued decree raising prices of meat, meat products and other consumer goods, including textiles, which will cost 15 per cent, more] Warsaw radio said yesterday. These goods have been hitherto sold under cost pric
January 2, 1950 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland