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P.L.V. C 35.34. GROUND RENT £l2 approx.

P.L.V. C 35.34. GROUND RENT £l2 approx.

20 Princess Park, Holywood * ■aeaground Heating siniffiring 6 Radiators. * Panoramio views over Belfast Lough and beyond, * Tastefully presented throughout. * View To-lifty--guy Tfronaerew. Reallstie PrIW. En•:enrr with Cloaks; Lounge and Dinintroom. Bi•rd %coking Kitchen; 3 Bed
9 January 1974 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
*F. E. DALZELL & COMPANY*

*F. E. DALZELL & COMPANY*

39/43 DONEGALL ST. Phone 23477. 31 NORTH ST., CARRICKFERGUS: 63204 r ma?* A TENNv A.0l•• RD A FENNY AA'WO 4 A .4 ii , 03 , .' . r .1 .i E R N,. ERS Thet's the Tele-Ads offer eiyealabie wive* advertisers who wish t• silvers's., amens. items for sae. loaf as vim, erica 210 or less
9 January 1974 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
9$ PROPERTY WANTED

9$ PROPERTY WANTED

'Furnished Accommodation Ted for Faim::y et returnlni !roan %tetra a on :Orin Jonusly. 1.74 Phone Belfast 71901 SILICT fITS ew igehr.eed SSELL veva Pad weak for Ogees leveeing sp price reaps L 1.511 so LUAUSn 111 elm.— Morn , Ltd.. U. 11751. WAIST,. wr. Calms ot 16.1411 Near. ek
9 January 1974 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Donegal Rally gets go-ahead

Donegal Rally gets go-ahead

By SAMMY HAMILL. THE NEW YEAR is little over a week old and the fuel crisis gloom lin vdien the orgn i:sers. the Donegal Motor Club. were told to continue with plans for the event, which this Yesr will be part of the new Castro! Specse: Stage championship. is rapidly being — swe
9 January 1974 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Martin KO's

Martin KO's

West Ham almost took the' lead in the 19th minute From Graham Paddon's; corner kick, Lutton headed hack to Billy Bonds. whose' volley was brilliantly saved! by Hughes at close range. Referee Dave Wallace! spoke to several West Ham; players after an angry melee in their goalznout
9 January 1974 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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Co-oocratower loustsmce Soc.etv Ltd. rourres FULL-TIME AGENT for Covehol erd Shore Rood ores. Depos.t motored. rn THE mANAGIR CANADA MOUSE

Co-oocratower loustsmce Soc.etv Ltd. rourres FULL-TIME AGENT for Covehol erd Shore Rood ores. Depos.t motored. rn THE mANAGIR CANADA MOUSE

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9 January 1974 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ACCOUNTANT/ASSISTANT REGISTRAR THE ROYAL BELFAST ACADEMICAL INSTITUTION wishes to appoint a suitable person (male or female) to the above position,

ACCOUNTANT/ASSISTANT REGISTRAR THE ROYAL BELFAST ACADEMICAL INSTITUTION wishes to appoint a suitable person (male or female) to the above position,

which includes responsibility for office administration and personnel. Thte person appointed will require to have competent accountancy experience and, desirably, good knowledge of secretarial and committee practice. Age will be less important than keenness and organising abilit
9 January 1974 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TINSLEY MOTORS NEW YEAR 'BARGAINS N.. Mazda 1800, Slue Kedett, Grew. 1971 VMD 4-deer D/L ... S a l 1972

TINSLEY MOTORS NEW YEAR 'BARGAINS N.. Mazda 1800, Slue Kedett, Grew. 1971 VMD 4-deer D/L ... S a l 1972

Fiat 127, Green ... 177 1972 Vise 1-dime D/L ... 1972 Austin 1800 Mk. 1072 Amore IMO MC 111 1972 Heeler Seem 1970 111Nolen MI., 119 Vise 4-Seer INS Vetter Sum. ...... INS Shiest Gesell* . 1%7 Vivo 2-deer D/L Cash, Credit end lichee,OS welcomed. All enquiries during the present e
9 January 1974 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
talk-in

talk-in

to Belfast in 1924 to "house" the Ulster division formed that year. Mr. Allison and the five-man committee helping him with the book have been in touch with people who served on H.M.S. Caroline. Several of them kept diaries and it is hoped to use excerpts from these relating the
9 January 1974 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Remember, shoppers like you wan anytown Co-0p... It's all at your Co-op now! • • lop cuts the cost OPP

Remember, shoppers like you wan anytown Co-0p... It's all at your Co-op now! • • lop cuts the cost OPP

I PACK FLASHED A typical Co-op shopper. -_ _ LOW PRICE 21P . NOW- _:. Mum finds that the Co-op's made .1.: -- big cuts in British beef prices. So she's cooked a super joint of _ roast beef for the family. E - -132 P be than It's a real, traditional family Just', meal - one to pl
9 January 1974 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland