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ATLANTIC Boarding House on seaside: always open to guests; booking for season.— Miss Moffitt. Atlantic House. Portnablagh, Ballymore. Co. Donegal.

ATLANTIC Boarding House on seaside: always open to guests; booking for season.— Miss Moffitt. Atlantic House. Portnablagh, Ballymore. Co. Donegal.

PP««74 ACHILL Island Seavlew House. Dugort: comfortable accommodation. overlooking bathing strand; terms. £5: special term*, families. PP9786 DERRYHERK House Hotel. Lough Melvin. Ballyshannon. Co. Donegal (Ballyshannon 75); modern comfort, lovely scenery, excellent free fishing
July 1, 1950 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ISLE OF MAN

ISLE OF MAN

BELVEDERE Private Hotel. Hooragh Promenade. Ramsey. Isle Man; fully licensed for residents; overlooking sea. bathing from hotel: h. & c. ill bedrooms; late dinner; terms. 15/6 • o 19/6 per day.—Phone 8229. PP9664 DOUGLAS THE HYDRO. Queen’s Prom., splendid position; licensed for
July 1, 1950 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
10-YEAR WORLD WAR HAS BEGUN” Bertrand Russell’s view SYDNEY, Friday.—Russia will to war, and World War ITT will last 10

10-YEAR WORLD WAR HAS BEGUN” Bertrand Russell’s view SYDNEY, Friday.—Russia will to war, and World War ITT will last 10

years, the British philosopher, Bertrand Russell, predicted In an Interview here with the Sydney Sun.” don't -believe Russia can afford to lose face In Asia," he declared. Ha believed the world was already In the Initial stages of another war. Soviet Russia considers she la bett
July 1, 1950 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WATER SHORTAGE

WATER SHORTAGE

“NOT ACT OF GOD” —Fire Authority According to Mr. W. J. M'Coubrey. of Downpatrick Rural District Council. the Fire Authority hold that flooding is an Act of God. whereas shortage of water is not. He. on the other hand, maintains that one as much an Act of God as the other, and t
July 1, 1950 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SATURDAY. JULY 1. 1950.

SATURDAY. JULY 1. 1950.

July 1, 1950 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COURT AND PERSONAL

COURT AND PERSONAL

HOUSE, Friday. The Right Hon. G. B. Van Zyl, Governor General of the Union of South Africa, and Mrs. Van Zyl had the honour of being received Queen Mary this afternoon. Government House, Friday. Their Excellencies the Governor and the Countess Granville were present this morning
July 1, 1950 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HIGHER FARES

HIGHER FARES

Postponement in Belfast Because the new tickets are not yet available, or bills of stages and fares printed, the Increase In Belfast transport- fares that was to have taken place to-day has been postponed. The new fares will probably come Into operation next Saturday. A Corporat
July 1, 1950 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
REVENUE RETURNS

REVENUE RETURNS

£41,000,000 surplus in first quarter Th« United Kingdom Treasury closed Its books last night for the Aral quarter this financial year with surplus of ordlnsry revenue over ordinary eapendlture amounting to £41.020.878. The estimated surplus for the full veer £443.731.000. At £76
July 1, 1950 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Belfast honours Sir Basil Brooke Great reception in the City Hall AFTER Sir Basil Brooke and Lady Brooke had been

Belfast honours Sir Basil Brooke Great reception in the City Hall AFTER Sir Basil Brooke and Lady Brooke had been

made honorary burgesses of the city of Belfast yesterday, the Prime Minister said: “It has been stated that our trip to America was a failure, but the -only thing that matters to Lady Brooke and myself is, ‘Are the loyal people of Ulster satisfied?’ If they are satisfied, then w
July 1, 1950 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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July 1, 1950 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland