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19 June 1951 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
JUVENILE WELFAR

JUVENILE WELFAR

WANTED. good Protestant home for healthy Bab), Roy 1 month o:d. regular payments.—Box 4950 OUNO Lady iProtestanti very urgent:7 seeks sympathetic help to find suitable Accommodation with understanding lady or married couple prior to confinement and a short period titer: please s
19 June 1951 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MEDICAL

MEDICAL

ENALAX Tablets are an excellent remedy fat constipation: their action comfortable and non-griping and those suffering from ptles will also find them most satta tarter?. did end ad per bee by peat I s Id sad la AI —A A. I Otad DOM& BOARD YOURAH BAY COLLEGE, SIERRA LEONE 'UNIVERSI
19 June 1951 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NOW ON VIEW. LEPHONE 23446 0

NOW ON VIEW. LEPHONE 23446 0

JOHN ROSS a CO. ,John Ross. FAX A X J. PAL PA) AUCTIONEER'S AL VALUERS "TIGH-NA-STREW," HOLYWOOD, CO. DOWN. SALE BY ALVItoN MOST ATTRACTIVE DETACHED VILLA RESIDENCE and LARGE GARDEN (With Vacant POMOW11041). In the CENTRAL AUCTION MART. 35 111'11.1. DUNEGALL STREET, BELFAST. at
19 June 1951 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Ladies' Day at Fortwilliam Golf Club.—The lady captain. Mrs. W. E. Crawford (fourth from left) with soe of the members who played in the competition for thencaptain's prize.

Ladies' Day at Fortwilliam Golf Club.—The lady captain. Mrs. W. E. Crawford (fourth from left) with soe of the members who played in the competition for thencaptain's prize.

Ladies' Day at Fortwilliam Golf Club.—The lady captain. Mrs. W. E. Crawford (fourth from left) with soe of the members who played in the competition for the n captain's prize. restaiiice; 19 Barton Street. Margaret, • of Henry Ferrett. Funeral arrangements later. -Deeply regrette
19 June 1951 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
RELlEFfirthit HEADACHE SAFE relief and REAL relief—the headache lifts—the pain disappears. It all happens so quickly after you have taken

RELlEFfirthit HEADACHE SAFE relief and REAL relief—the headache lifts—the pain disappears. It all happens so quickly after you have taken

two 'ASPItirY tablets. The analgesic (pain-relieving) actioe • of 'ASPItfY prepares the way for Nature to tackle the cause of the pain. That is why 'ASPRO' Is able to dispel such a vast variety of pain conditions. The
19 June 1951 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE STOCK MARKETS

THE STOCK MARKETS

Weaker tendency in all sections to-day LONDON. Tuesday.—ln the absence of support the stock markets to-day continued to move sharply against holders, falls being again most marked In recent Industrial favourites. No division of the "House" escaped the weaker trend, and dealers r
19 June 1951 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Harland &' Wolff orders two ships at Island and Govan PROLONGED applause greeted the announcement by Mr. W. Donald, chairman

Harland &' Wolff orders two ships at Island and Govan PROLONGED applause greeted the announcement by Mr. W. Donald, chairman

of Port Line Ltd., at a luncheon following the launch of the motor-vessel Port Nelson in Belfast to-day, that his company had within recent weeks reserved two berths—one at the shipyard of Ilarland & Wolff In Belfast and one at their Govan yard—for the construction of two furthe
19 June 1951 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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19 June 1951 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE SOVIET BLACK SEA CANAL LABOUR TROUBLES

THE SOVIET BLACK SEA CANAL LABOUR TROUBLES

Serious labour disputes are slowing down work on the Danube- Black Sea canal, the Comintorm's b i,Lgest construction project, according to reports from Rumania. states the "Daily Telegraph and Morning Post" Vienna correspondent. The canal, which is to run 40 miles from Cernavoda
19 June 1951 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland