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LORD DUNLEATH

LORD DUNLEATH

WE announce with deep regret the death of Lord Dunleath, C.8.E., D. 5.0., of Ballywalter Park, Ballywalter, Co. Down. He had not been in the best of health for a considerable time, and. consequently his death, which occurred yesterday, was not entirely unexpected. Lord Dunleath.
21 July 1956 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DAY OF CRIME

DAY OF CRIME

Boy finds scrap dealer battered to death After a rag and metal merchant had been found murdered yesterday in his Bermondsey, London, store In Snowfields, a narrow back street behind Guy's Hospital, police loudspeaker car toured the neighhourhor appealing for tnesscs. The dealer,
21 July 1956 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Six-year plan

Six-year plan

The working people were dissatisfied with the "highly Insufficient " results of the recently expired six-year plan and had become convinced that the Government had not done everything It could to help them. Long before the riots the party had examined —with "profound concern " —
21 July 1956 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Meet me at The Gift House of Ulster h. China When your children grow up and have home of their

Meet me at The Gift House of Ulster h. China When your children grow up and have home of their

own, they will talk often of mother’s home and the tea-table so nicely set with flowers tastefully arranged in Hogg's Cut Glass Flower Vases, scintillating like a dewdrop in the morning sun, and the pretty set of china, bought, of course, from Hogg’s. In their mind’s eye the cen
21 July 1956 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Money

Money

12 November 1956 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
RADIO AND

RADIO AND

On the Home Service at 1-10 today the farewell message of her Majesty the Queen to the people of New Zealand will be heard. The fifth The Strolling Players series, a story of Ulster theatrical life In 1880, is down for 7-15; and at 9-45 an audience of Kandalstown sportsmen and w
29 January 1954 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FURNISHED HOUSE WITH

FURNISHED HOUSE WITH

GARDEN. ILfINIMUM accommodation 2 D* Reception and 4 Bedrooms. Telephone essential. Quiet locality at south end preferred.—Xl4466, News-Letter.
29 January 1954 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE MONEY MARKET

THE MONEY MARKET

Despite little patchiness, credit conditions in Lombard Street were quiet and comfortable. At first conditions appeared to on the tight side with most of the clcarers inactive Uiough there was some business in February and hot bills at 42933. As the morning progressed, however,
12 November 1956 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Mrs. Berry,

Mrs. Berry,

Great Amwell, Ware, Herts, says: "My baby daughter aged 6 weeks suffered very badly from wind and I gave her a gripe remedy ... but it only made her worse. Then I tried your product {Dinneford’s) and she has not had any more trouble from the day I started to use it”.
12 November 1956 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
No windy pains since giving Dinneford’s... IT’S TIME TH!N k COMFORT Wool Mattresses from £3 16-0 Spring Interior Mattresses from

No windy pains since giving Dinneford’s... IT’S TIME TH!N k COMFORT Wool Mattresses from £3 16-0 Spring Interior Mattresses from

£6- 6-0 Divan Beds complete with Spring Interior Mattresses and Headboard from £l5-19-9 Wool Pillows ; Wool Bolsters : Feather Pillows : Feather Bolsters ; Dunlopillo Pillows : Dunlopillo Bolsters : Mattress Pads : Mattress Covers * BEDROOM SUITES in all the latest designs * BED
12 November 1956 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland