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NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS

NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS

AO adoentstmenia and advertisement copy submitted foe publication are subject to the approval of the management, who mag refuse or revise any advertisement. The Proprietors and Publishers the Bel fas. News-Letter' take every care to ensure prompt insertion ot advertisements. but
February 15, 1955 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NEW ZEALAND OFFERS FREE PASSAGES TO PERMANENT SETTLERS. immigration Scheme tor Single and Married People under 16 gives free travel,

NEW ZEALAND OFFERS FREE PASSAGES TO PERMANENT SETTLERS. immigration Scheme tor Single and Married People under 16 gives free travel,

and guarantees lobs and accommodation. Single Men and Women are being accepted for practically all types of work. Experienced Building and Engineering Tradesmen are narticularly wanted. For Young Ladies there are lobs In factories, offices and shops. Married people can considere
February 15, 1955 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Robb'S ROBB&CO. LTD. CASTLE PLACE BELFAST

Robb'S ROBB&CO. LTD. CASTLE PLACE BELFAST

:9 «HV '2f?J^.,, But there’s a lot more than A > J quickness to Nescafe ! ■♦• l Sniff it critically sip it jMjjkk 1 with judgment —and .••i.E'.'A ■ ' I you’ll agree Nescafe makes I good coffee. That’s : y I J because Nescafe is made I -. All V from a grand blend of ;!• K« coffee
February 15, 1955 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Lobsters’ tricks

Lobsters’ tricks

Crabs are fairly easy to catch. A small net dropped over them is sufficient to render them helpless. Another method is to turn the crab on its back and twist lanyard about its claws. Lobsters are full ot tricks, and they give the impression that they possess intelligence. You ca
February 15, 1955 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Revolutionary jet ’plane discovery Blast deflected to aid take-off, landing BRITAIN has successfully pioneered a revolutionary new method of jet

Revolutionary jet ’plane discovery Blast deflected to aid take-off, landing BRITAIN has successfully pioneered a revolutionary new method of jet

deflection in aircraft. The Westland Aircraft Company of Yeovil (Somerset) disclosed yesterday that they have carried out, under a Ministry of Supply contract, experiments with a Meteor fighter in which the powerful blasts from the jet engines were deflected downwards to give th
February 15, 1955 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
EXPEDITION TO ICELAND

EXPEDITION TO ICELAND

Ulster party to study bird life
February 15, 1955 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
6. Appeal to friends for precious things (5) 7. In the County of Essex and branching out in all directions

6. Appeal to friends for precious things (5) 7. In the County of Essex and branching out in all directions

(6. 6) 8. With this the sufferer may rushed to hospital. It is the end (12) 14. See 3 16. The Scottish may have a lot on their plate (7) 17. A small Dutch coin nothing to speak of (6) 19. Sambo's boss (5) 20. Typhoon of English cricket (5)
December 16, 1955 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TIVOL finachy Thurs Fri p m.: Sat . 3-30 Errol FLYNN, loannc DRU Peter FINCH. AVESCER ’ 6-30. 9 5

TIVOL finachy Thurs Fri p m.: Sat . 3-30 Errol FLYNN, loannc DRU Peter FINCH. AVESCER ’ 6-30. 9 5

Eastman Color CmeinaScope Stereophonic Sound.
December 16, 1955 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
New policy for Labour?

New policy for Labour?

Conversation Westminster to-day naturally centred the new labour leader. Although Mr. Gaifskell has proved popular choice it was good to hear many a kind word spoken of Mr. Morrison, whose crushing defeat
December 16, 1955 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST NEWS-LETTER, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1955

BELFAST NEWS-LETTER, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1955

N.A.T.O. to tighten air defences THE 15 Atlantic allies to-day adopted plans co - ordinate the fighter defences and radar warning systems of Western Europe, including Britain, to guard against any surprise attack from the East. The Council of Ministers of the North Atlantic Trea
December 16, 1955 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland