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INNSBRUCK ENTERED.

INNSBRUCK ENTERED.

By night it was estimated that 50,000 troops were concentrated on the Austrian and Czecho-Slovak frontiers. GERMAN TROOPS CROSSED THE FRONTIER EARLY TO-DAY AT SCHARMITS AND ARRIVED AT INNSBRUCK. CAPITAL OF THE TYROL, WHICH IS THE rinnirtAcr. OF SCHUSCHNIGq,:. THE EX-CHANCELLOR.
March 12, 1938 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LAST VAIN EFFORTS

LAST VAIN EFFORTS

TO SAVE INDEPENDENCE. HITLER'S FIRST CABINET. VIENNA. Saturday. Austria—the small portion of what remained of the mighty Empire of the Hapsburgs—has passed under the sign of the Swastika. To-day it enters on a new phase of its existence as a Nazi State and part of the German Rei
March 12, 1938 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
on Earth

on Earth

tion by the learned audience They found it full of the most curious anthropological details. It told of the cannibalism which prevailed among the tribes of which the lecturer was a temporary member. of their religious beliefs and ceremonies. De Rougemont explained at great lengt
March 12, 1938 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Accident

Accident

-Mk Guarchl nth 135 1 Legal Oen. ....... 5 132 & Lance. ,t 2 Paid) Lond Assur ale 9ss paid Ldn. & Ranch 2 0 34 N. British CATERINS 196 A.B.C. Army A Nay 3O/3 Barkers British Home Stores Burton 111.1 Debenhams 3/7 1 2 (towage lit. Univ. titans 2 6 / 4 1 2 Harrods Home& Colonial 3
March 12, 1938 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
JUMPING-OFF PLACES.

JUMPING-OFF PLACES.

If this is achieved, then Government flanking operations of a surprise character on Saragossa would be more difficult. Strategic jumping-oft places would be obtained in the event of General Franco deciding to make a push towards the coast, either down the Ebro Valley or in the T
March 12, 1938 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SHANKILL BAPTIST CHURCH. TENNENT STREET. LORD'S DAY at 1130 and 7. NEW GALLERY OPENING SERVICES. SPEAKERPASTOR F. W. GRACEY. CORK.

SHANKILL BAPTIST CHURCH. TENNENT STREET. LORD'S DAY at 1130 and 7. NEW GALLERY OPENING SERVICES. SPEAKERPASTOR F. W. GRACEY. CORK.

SPECIAL MUSIC. ALL WELCOXE
March 12, 1938 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CAILE AND WI .

CAILE AND WI .

CAILE AND WI The directors of Cable and Wireless announce a anal dividend of 2} per cent., less tax, making 4 per cent for 1944 same) The net 'profit is £1.237.757 against L 1.226.892. Cable and Wireless (Holding) announce a dividend on the Ordinary stock of 4 per cent.. less tax
June 7, 1945 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NEW COMPANIES•

NEW COMPANIES•

J. M. Reil:y. Ltd. (private company/. Nominal capital 11.000; divided into 1.000 shares of £1 each. Registered office 16 Prudential Chambers. Wellington Place Belfast. First director—Joh M. Reilly. Killeen House, Massey Avenue, Belfast. Objects—To carry on all or any of the busi
June 7, 1945 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
"Briskies"

"Briskies"

the food for you knot"! tlrlurl u sulfa' N.0)111 Lattt re Priest WHITE, TOIAKINE COVIIAGE, LTC.
June 7, 1945 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland