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Evangelical Union of South America. Farewell to Mr. A. Bell (Lorgu) (SailingTUES for DAY, S Peru, ltth p m u

Evangelical Union of South America. Farewell to Mr. A. Bell (Lorgu) (SailingTUES for DAY, S Peru, ltth p m u

st .) Presbyterial' Hostel, Howard Street. Speaker: REV. D. DILLIES, M.A.
January 2, 1950 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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January 2, 1950 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
POULTRY AND EGGS

POULTRY AND EGGS

EGGS for Hatching—Pure breed R.I.R. and pure breed W. Leghorn, bloodtested. freed range and fertile; 7/6 per doz.; also pure breed White Aylesbury Duck Eggs. 8/- per doz.; Guinea Fowl. 25per pair. Mary Slevin. Lislane, Fivemileiuwn. FOR Sale. 100 pure White Leghorn and R.L. Red
January 2, 1950 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST STOCK EXCHANGE

BELFAST STOCK EXCHANGE

Review of the week’s dealings BELFAST. Saturday. Owing to the Intervention of the Christmas holidays trading locally was on small scale. Bank shares were In demand, and Northern Improved 2/0 95/3 and bid for this price; the are 45/712 bid. Provincials are wanted at 47/0. In Corp
January 2, 1950 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
many criticise the technical means of making the most of the labour force. The questions Americans see still needing answers

many criticise the technical means of making the most of the labour force. The questions Americans see still needing answers

are:— (1) Granted maintenance or Increase of output and diversion to dollar markets, will the prices be right? (2) Will packaging and other merchandise techniques be altered to suit the U. 3. market? (3) Will the right to study be given to the market and will the necessary dolla
January 2, 1950 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST NEWS-LETTER, MONDAY, JANUARY 2, 1950 BELFAST ROPEWORK COMPANY Effect of Devaluation The recent devaluation of the pound has seriously

BELFAST NEWS-LETTER, MONDAY, JANUARY 2, 1950 BELFAST ROPEWORK COMPANY Effect of Devaluation The recent devaluation of the pound has seriously

affected our raw material markets, the sterling price of Manila hemp having increased by the difference between the old and the new dollar rate; and sisal, in sympathy, has increased its sterling value very considerably. In addition, owing to the drought in Africa, and the fact
January 2, 1950 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MUNICIPAL PROGRESS IN

MUNICIPAL PROGRESS IN

respondence between the Corporation and the Ministry Home Affairs with reference to expenditure on the fire service, under the 1947 Act a Government grant In aid is payable only if the Corporation's net expenditure on the service in any one year exceeds £89,715, the equivalent o
January 2, 1950 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FLOUR

FLOUR

Forrester. There is very little new to say about the flour trade. The most Important change during the year was an advance in price from to 53/8 per 280 lbs. Supplies were sufficient to mjet all requirements. Whatever the pleasure
January 2, 1950 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SELECTIONS

SELECTIONS

PATHFINDER 1-0, Erin’s Delight: 1-39. Gallon; 7-0, Simon Montfort: 7-3 t. Zarter; 3-t, African Project; 3-3#. Brokerstown. Nap—Zarter. Double—Zarter and Simon d« Montfort. “SIR HUGO ••-1-0. Erin’s Delight; 1-3 S. Grecian Light: 7-#. Parker’s Peace; 7-3#, Bamboorle; 3-0, Alrican
January 2, 1950 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland