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MONEY FOR COUNCILS

MONEY FOR COUNCILS

~)RE the recent re-rating industry in Great Itain to 50 per cent., the luer was spending £1 in every £lO of the Budget on aid to local -sities. The rate statistics shed to-day show that £1 cry £6 or £7 of Northern Ind revenue is going into government. :•:1:27 millions will be sp
September 4, 1958 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DEATHS

DEATHS

AXY2II-flepteinber il. 1954 (suddenly), at his residence. Li Old obemires Road. Larne. David. dearly-loyal hue band of Frances Baster. Funeral from his sisters reendena. 2 Crescent Oar dens. lover. Larne. on Saturday. at 3 pregnetie d .m.. to Rilwaughter by Cenieter/.-Deeply his
September 4, 1958 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TO-NORNOW

TO-NORNOW

2-30. Urkket Moores 2-32. Watch with Mother. Children's TelerWion. HOME
September 4, 1958 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WHEN THE TUE. MET IN BELFAST

WHEN THE TUE. MET IN BELFAST

QIXTY-FIVE years ago to- And since Monro, like most of day the twenty -sixth the early trade union leaders, Trades Union Congress met in was strongly temperate in out- look, he could not resist the the Ulster Hall, Belfast; 380 opportunity to remind the del o f from 228 unions g
September 4, 1958 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FURNISHED HOUSES

FURNISHED HOUSES

FURPSISNyI House to Let for e months. Bangor. close sea and •.. • rent 1:7 per month —Box 16n7. FURNISHED or Unfurnished How, wanted urgently. Antrim Road or Lan, downs Road area.—Box P 12043. ORSY Drive--Furnished S.D. Villa to het. comprises 2 reception. workinz kitchen. 2 bed
September 4, 1958 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Situation grave

Situation grave

EX-PREMIER HURRIES HOME JOHN KOTELAWALA, former Prime Minister of Ceylon. returned home by air from London to-day. Before leaving London Airport be said: "The situation is so grave that I must go back. There are so many Communists in my country. The tight has to be made now" Imp
September 4, 1958 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
places beck adventurer HOOK REFIEWS of THE WEEK

places beck adventurer HOOK REFIEWS of THE WEEK

places beck adventurer HOOK REFIEWS THE WEEK THE WHITE DESERT by Noel Barber (Hodder & Stoughton, 16i). ADVENTURERS EYE by Tom Stobart (Odhcans. 21s). TEMIAR JUNGLE by John Slimming (John Murray. 18s). I'M WEARING MY NINTH PAIR OF SHOES by Hans Gunther (Dent. 18s).
September 4, 1958 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
10 Beikat Telegraph, Thursday, September 4, 1948.

10 Beikat Telegraph, Thursday, September 4, 1948.

September 4, 1958 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Who left her purse i

Who left her purse i

n Titanic boat? Mystery puzzles film man BELFAST BORN FILM PRODUCER William MacQuin , ' arrived in Northern Inland to-day carrying in his pocket a silver purse containing a single cent. Sent to him by an old Belfast seafarer. Joe Mulholland, it is a reminder of the sinking of the
September 4, 1958 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
`MILK of MAGNESIA

`MILK of MAGNESIA

So geniis for children .. . so thorough for grown-ups
September 4, 1958 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland