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requires Apartments in Ball] LADV offers 16;- |«r week an! would undertake light dutiee in return tor comfortable home.—Slate particulars, G7IB lARGE, airy Bedroom and Sitting-room, piano, bath; ex-4 cooking; suitable for married couple.—G722. MARRIED Couple with child (10 months
16 June 1919 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Free. day.

Free. day.

16 June 1919 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE ATLANTIC CROSSED.

THE ATLANTIC CROSSED.

DIRECT FLIGHT TO IRELAND. Capt. Alcock and Lt. Brown Win £lO,OOO Prize THE KING’S CONGRATUIATIONS. Pilot’s Story of the Journey. The first direct flight across the Atlantic was completed yesterday morning by Rntisli-horn airmen—Captain Alcock and Lieutenant Brown—on a British-bu
16 June 1919 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BOMB TO BE HgBBIBD.

BOMB TO BE HgBBIBD.

Th# Central Newt rayt—The firtt thing that Lieutenant Brown did tending wm tend telegram Miaa Kennedy, whom ha will shortly be married, telling her that he had arrived safely and would toon home. In interview with Central Newt repreeentative Major D. H. Kennedy, father of Mite K
16 June 1919 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BAHOOB.

BAHOOB.

far numbers are concerned, the prospects at Bangor this season are unprecedented. There >t aingle house let, many aa three hundred appheanta having been received for one vacant residence. For furnished houses equal demand exista, and just now there are many visitors from all par
16 June 1919 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Drapers’ Organiser ”

Drapers’ Organiser ”

Drapers’ Organiser is described as Finest Trade Journal in the Write now to The Publisher*. IF you arc a draper connected with the Drapery and Allied Trades, write on your business paper and we will send you free the latest issue of the most complete magazine-newspaper that has e
16 June 1919 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
UNIVERSAL CAKES. | Everybody should save flour ; if everybody I ® did. many shiploads would be saved by British

UNIVERSAL CAKES. | Everybody should save flour ; if everybody I ® did. many shiploads would be saved by British

\VT S housewives. You can do so by using this 1 | recipe, which will give you delightful j surprise ; | RECIPE. ( • os. flour. I| oz. “Paisley Flour.” 4 ox. cold potato, rubbed 3 oz. ground rice through Steve. fine oatmeal. 2 oz. o( chapped dates 1 oz. cooking fat . (or raisins)
16 June 1919 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
IMPERIAL. TO-DAY “THE HONOI’R OF HIS HOUSE.” » ful Lwkv ProHuction Fiv« AcU. featuring HAY AKA WA. POWERS THAT PREY.”

IMPERIAL. TO-DAY “THE HONOI’R OF HIS HOUSE.” » ful Lwkv ProHuction Fiv« AcU. featuring HAY AKA WA. POWERS THAT PREY.”

a Bolton Mutual Comedy Drama Fi'e Acta, featuring MARY MINTER. And Full Feature Programme Continuous Per formance 3-0 till 10 50 p.m. Imperial Symphony Orchestra Afternoon and Evening.
16 June 1919 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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FRO. The plished. Vimy ma They after 4 way, yeat, hours. It was the only, We of his g He

Cipt. • double env ceeded lu Cr Johu'e, Neu( bon, near CG 1,900 mile., II The feat a Ileathcr at par hour, ill guola bug, house. at b II An AuAtral gazing thruuc bleepy town tenting king nnness tl across the The plains few minutes ped to earth uperators on the landing bad been a
16 June 1919 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Captain Alcotk, D. 3.0.

Captain Alcotk, D. 3.0.

iag breeze, straightened for the right tarn night owl* her aerodrome. (hi passing the signal station overlooking this harbour, she reached an altitude of 1,000 feet, and was off on the great adventure, and three minutes later had parsed vat of sight, speeding direct I for Irelan
16 June 1919 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland