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MAY STREET CHURCH,

MAY STREET CHURCH,

11-30—Mr. JOHN C. FERGUSON. B A. Minister-elect of Conlig. 7- o—Rev. Professor R. J. WILSON, M.A., B.D. Social Hour after Evening Service. Sabbath Schools resume 10-30 and 3-15. Junior Bible-class 3-30. Pre-Communion. Wednesday. 8 o’clock, Rosemary School, Bth September.
August 31, 1946 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
|ST. HILDA'S SCHOOL WANDSWORTH ROAD. CCHOOL will RE-OPEN WEDNES- DAY. Sept. 4lh 10 a.m. | Interviews Sept. 2nd and 3rd.

|ST. HILDA'S SCHOOL WANDSWORTH ROAD. CCHOOL will RE-OPEN WEDNES- DAY. Sept. 4lh 10 a.m. | Interviews Sept. 2nd and 3rd.

5 p.nr.. ; i appointment. Phone 543,11. E
August 31, 1946 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ADVERTISER wishes to exchange Semi-Detached House. 2-3, Belfast, for similar larger, seaside country, convenient Belfast.--J2730. N.-Letter. BALLVGALLY. Co. Antrim-—To Let.

ADVERTISER wishes to exchange Semi-Detached House. 2-3, Belfast, for similar larger, seaside country, convenient Belfast.--J2730. N.-Letter. BALLVGALLY. Co. Antrim-—To Let.

Four Winds, furnished, for a term; lounge hall, drawingroom, diningroom, kitchen. 4 bedrooms, bathroom. maid’s rdom, laundry, garage, &c.. telephone. electric light. Particulars from O’Rourke. McDonald & Tweed. Solicitors. Larne. EXTENSIVE Premises for sale. Holywood, Co. Down,
August 31, 1946 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The big ships

The big ships

spite of all the talk about air travel, the big ships are not out yet. Indeed, it is said that the air transport companies arc developing a very healthy fear of the entry of the Queen Elizabeth and the Queen Mary into the trans-Atlantic trade. Americana are said to falling over
August 31, 1946 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST NEWS-LETi’EK, MONUAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1926.

BELFAST NEWS-LETi’EK, MONUAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1926.

September 27, 1926 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SCOTTISH LEAGUE.

SCOTTISH LEAGUE.

First Divi.von—St. Mirren 2. Clyde 1; Cowdenbeath 1 Motherweii 1; Dundee I. Dunfermline 1. Falkirk 5. Dundee United 3; St. Johnstone 4. Hamilton Academicals 1; Hiberniana 3, Celtic 2; Hearts 4 Kilmarnock Morton 2. Airdrieomans 1; Queen’s Park 4. Partick Thistle Rangers 3. Aberde
September 27, 1926 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TOURNAMENT AT ORMEAU,

TOURNAMENT AT ORMEAU,

The customary closing tournament at Park, Belfast, was held on Saturday, when, although the greens were somewhat the heavy side, play "as excellent. After tea, prizes given by Mr. C. Clawson (president of Ormeau United). Mr. J. Dalzell (Shaftesburv), the Press Club, and Ormo wer
September 27, 1926 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
mutes the whole of the district of Santarem.

mutes the whole of the district of Santarem.

mutes the whole of the district of The places which ©offered most were Almeirim and Alpiraca, where trees were torn up, harvests destroyed, and the roofs of most of the houses carried away. The population, the paper adds, is panic-stricken: but although the damage is considerable
September 27, 1926 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MINISTERS.

MINISTERS.

September 27, 1926 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland