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STREET MISSION

STREET MISSION

Evening, lltli December, 1908, at Eight o’clock. Full Chorus and Orchestra. ARTISTES: Soprano*—Mias Edith V. Henry and Miss Edith Contralto—Miss Edith Pierpoint. Tenor-Mr. John Clark* Baritone—Mr. W. T. M'Larnon. Elocutionist—Mr. J. Walker. Accompanist
December 10, 1908 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
EXHIBITIONS.

EXHIBITIONS.

N PRIZES. SENIOR GRADE- Susan Adrian Kngliah .1:1; Edith Szigetvary—French. JU. JUNIOR GRADE-Elizabeth Finnegan-German, JC'i. BOOK PRIZES. MODERN LITERARY COURSE SENIOR GRADE—Susan Adrian, M-. Edith Szigetrary, d;3; Martha H. Young, JL‘2. JUNIOR GRADE
December 7, 1908 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SITY EXAMINATION IN ABTS.

SITY EXAMINATION IN ABTS.

Drawing. COMPOSITION PRIZES. Senior Grade—Susan Adrain—English, Edith Sxigetvary—French, £4. Junior Grade—Elisabeth Finnegan—German, BOOK PRIZES. Modem Literary Course.—Senior Susan Adrain, Edith Ssigetvary, £3; Martha H. Young, £2. Junior Orade—Ereline Martin
December 7, 1908 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The Report.

The Report.

modern literary record, usual, was good. Susan Adrain gaining £4 English composition prise, and Edith Szigetvary a £4 French composition prise. Susan Adrain, Edith Szigetvary, Martha Tonng, and Nora 'M'Ervel also rained general prises. In accounting for this
December 7, 1908 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LONDON COLLEGE OF MUBIC.

LONDON COLLEGE OF MUBIC.

Merchant. Masonic Girls' School), Evelyn Byke* (Mtaa Gay), May Dane (Mias Johnaton, BA.y. iMormediatt—Pianoforte: Edith Chair.- bare, Edith Kerr, Koto WeiAsbergc ;Mi<* M Comuck), Ko>« Smyth (Mi»» Rochet Sing ina: Margaret. Aaoough, Frances Armour, i'errm
December 12, 1908 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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EDUCATION

EDUCATION

COMPOSITION PRIZES. Senior Grade —Susan Adrian—English/ £4; Edith Szigetyary—French, £4. Junior Grade—Elizabeth Finnegan—German, £2. BOOK PRIZES. MODERN LITERARY COURSE. Senior Grade —Susan Adrian, £3; Edith Szigetvdrr. £5; Martha H. Young. £2. Junior V/rod':—Evelin
December 7, 1908 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
the palace.

the palace.

first. Practically every number allotted her was encored, and in some cases double and triple encore was insisted on. Miss Edith Fink was equally happy Jill, and her songs were splendidly received. Mr. had welcome on his first appearance that proved his
December 25, 1908 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Suminerfieid Football and Athletic Club.

Suminerfieid Football and Athletic Club.

being extremely popular in and around no. The dates taking pat tin the programme wete—Miss Habie Madden (contralto), Miss Edith Moore (soprano), Messrs. Fred Matthews (baritone), A. Boss (unor), R. H. M-Condless (recitation), Edmund Multan (Butlo singer)
December 4, 1908 - Ballymena Observer - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DRESS REHEARSAL

DRESS REHEARSAL

possible case. Dorothy Ward, who gained for hersd wholesale honours last year, has again been secured “principal boy"; while Edith Fink takes the part of the principal girl. George Lashwood requires introduction. and it is sufficient to state that his Prince
December 24, 1908 - Irish News and Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
“Jack and JQL”

“Jack and JQL”

not only Miss Dorothy Ward, the principal boyupon whom these tokens of appreciation were linerally bestowed—but also Miss Edith Fink, dainty principal girl "Jill;" U> Miss Stella De Mamey, who’ filled the role Margery, "Widow Cobble's youngest and roost
December 25, 1908 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland