Mr. Charles M'Cloekey, of the linen and cotton handkerchief manufacturing firm of Charles M'Closkey & Co., Queen Street, Belfast, <iled bis home, Clanbrassil, Cultre, yesterday. Mr. M‘Closkey and his brother had been carrying the business which was founded in 1895, and resided f
In ordei to provd. » general synchronised C«rp«^ ssm; S’.p,s M'S ss-. “ToTTrS'-iughts on the t..mca re will * lls ».n." -The whole of the tramway network • l The Lord Mayor and members the poralion will attend an ArmUt.ce seme, the Assembly Buildings 3-30 m. Sunday.
(by kind permission tho Officer Commanding)' at CHiIyBANTHEMUM AND FRUIT SHOW in WELUNGTON HALL (Y.M.C.A.), Wellington Place. Belfast, on WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY, 15th and 16lli November, 1955. Admission—Wednesday. 1 to p.m., 2/6; after 4 p.ra., 1/-; Thursday (all day), fid.
COATS, in Hap, '32c., Prices from GYM TUNICS, good quality BLOUSES, in Tricotine, well JQj f JUMPERS and CARDIAHS 10/t1 in Wool From tl DRESSY COATS. from 4GtIS. FROCKS, in Light Tweed and Wool. From AFTERNOON and PARTY FROCKS. From FRENCH BERETS, all colours From HATS, in Felt
wife must be good cook and able to provide teas aod luncheons when required and assist in the still room when oKessary. Salary £7B tier annum, with free apartments, fuel and light. Duties to commence on Ist December, 1 Applications to be addressed to Secretary.
Joshua Hoyle’s Report (From SFMltl eormp*»«ent) London, Wednesday Evening. report of Joshua Hoyle, Ltd., adds little the preliminary information recently published. The trading profit of £90.850 compare* with £ !a»t year. Most of this is absorbed payment of debenture interest, a