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r SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES.

r SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES.

MlNUTE.—Gretta Courtney, Edith Falkner, Bertha Geddea, Abbie Kennedy, Marjorie MTlveen, Florric Maginnis, Maud Pinkerton. 80 WORDS PER MINUTE.—Dora Bruce. May Burrell, Elsie Boyle, Gretta Courtney, Lizzie Doak, Madge Fleming, Edith Falkner, Bertha Geddes
August 11, 1923 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TBINITY COLLEGE OF MUSIC.

TBINITY COLLEGE OF MUSIC.

liregz. I. R A . Mr J•me. ' , aim, F CU . AA (Bonk Pr , IRA 31.. A C.OM •hel 64 Mr .1 U MilvFirat , ter). •111 Brown. *mane Edith de hauler, zee ~Nue. M. w'ihamwn. L. E)1 Manuel Ithorthno , . W atrarhi" 11 hank,) (helm, LII.A.11.)• it. Hartford !Mr. MaHinson)
June 17, 1927 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MISS DUNN'S

MISS DUNN'S

Beatty. Intermediate—Sadie Hendersoo, Edith Janes. Rath Lunn, Beatrice Law lor, Katie M'Burney. Aidems Wade. Molly Young. Elementary—lrene Allen. Dora Bruce, May Starrett. Molly Brennan. Madge (Odd" Doak. aledyy Dean. Edith la!killer. ]Minn. Noma ("aunt, Winnie
December 29, 1923 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Xmas

Xmas

it more clearly, r.A. ady them. Tell me the truth, Reggie. I can bear it." I descriptiou, ln nearly car it was ward," mid Edith, and her voice. thong% Edward. Be mid nothing about him being not _cold, was eery cleat and incisive. " fie is deeply involved
December 27, 1924 - Meath Herald and Cavan Advertiser - Kells, Meath, Republic of Ireland
 
SUCCESS OF BELFAST DOG SHOW.

SUCCESS OF BELFAST DOG SHOW.

Limit bitch—l, Mrs. Edith Knox—Lady of Raikesbill; 2. J. V. Rank, Nutfield, Surrey— Harbury Brinda. Open bitch—l, Mrs. Edith Knox—Lady of Raikeshill (championship certificate); 2, J. V. Rank —Harbury Brinda. Brace—l, Mrs. Edith Knox, Oeringen Sch H.;
September 13, 1928 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
A 'TALE OF SHANGHAI. (H, BYRNE HACKETT.)

A 'TALE OF SHANGHAI. (H, BYRNE HACKETT.)

mud» out 'E. Neilsen.' Your nmnie is V. hot let too remind you that ' btaials fur 'Edith.'" THE DESERTED HOU %E. Neilsen hurried b..ck to the house. 110 called to Edith. There was uo answer. 110 shouted for thu servants. No ore replied. Thn .musc was empty
March 9, 1929 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Belfast Shorthand Institute

Belfast Shorthand Institute

THEORY, Doris Webb, Edith Dunlop. Molly Campbell, Harold Mark. Maureen Lcnighan, Mina Smyth. Amy Cosgrove, Madge Kiernan, Stepney. TYPEWRITING. STAGE l». Hilda Nesbitt, Thomas Low, Mabel McFall, Ella llyndrnan. Beth Allen. Edith Evans. Martha Kirkpatrick
October 22, 1924 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Mill KILTS 111111MIN11

Mill KILTS 111111MIN11

front row just below, Edith sat, radiant and proud, her eyes never leaving her husband's flashed face. "Why limn% the other man—the real hero —come forward!" Joe asked himself again and again. But all that answered was the echo of Edith's voice: "A fresh
December 28, 1929 - Meath Herald and Cavan Advertiser - Kells, Meath, Republic of Ireland
 
BROTHERS DANCE IN TEE DOCIL

BROTHERS DANCE IN TEE DOCIL

Teegrapb." These Can't Last. TEN YEARS AGO. Ton years ago to-day the German s Tbe pea* will dear there Bats amuse WM shot Edith Cavell in Brussels. It was a brutal and indefensible act. if it bad Real Austrian Velour, real Fur Felt been the result of
October 12, 1925 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BANKING RESUMED AT SMYRNA.

BANKING RESUMED AT SMYRNA.

STEP. The pilotage service in connection with the Port of Belfast entered upon new era yesterday, when the steam pilot cutter Edith Williames was put into commission to relieve the schooner Falcon, which ha* been doing duty on the statical since the old schooner
September 27, 1922 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland