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ROYAL HIPPODROME (BELFAST),

ROYAL HIPPODROME (BELFAST),

delightful musical soena which aroused much enthusiasm. The quartet Margaret Golda (soprano), Alfred Cunningham (baritone), Edith* Tenville and Dorothy Southgate (pianist), all most accomplished musicians in their own particular spheres. Where there is
August 5, 1921 - Ballymena Observer - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
&WARM. aysmuous PERFORMANCE. 3 till 940. TO.DAY. TI3EODAI and WEDNESDAY. TOM MOORE in "THE GAY LORD QUEX." PLEASE REMEMBER THE

&WARM. aysmuous PERFORMANCE. 3 till 940. TO.DAY. TI3EODAI and WEDNESDAY. TOM MOORE in "THE GAY LORD QUEX." PLEASE REMEMBER THE

daring UN weak A Delightful Musical Scene— DONAGRADEE RUGBY FOOTBALL GOLDA - PINVILLR QUARTITTIL.I ncluding CLUB. B. ET 001 DA. EDITH PDNVILLE. I ALFRED 1 MIHAIL, ANNUAL SPORTS, DOROTHY S 0 1. 111:: ATE. VARNEY and BUTT. in lairthful Stunts. HORSE JUMPING,
August 1, 1921 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
IRI3H TEMPERANCE LEAGUE.

IRI3H TEMPERANCE LEAGUE.

afternoon when the former members the club gathered hi large number., honour to the founders the work, tho Misses Margaret and Edith Armstrong. The chair was taken by Mr. J. O. M'deery, who is now prerident of the dub, and said he regarded tho work as the
February 10, 1921 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SUCCESSFUL ANNUAL SALE.

SUCCESSFUL ANNUAL SALE.

M'Clrlland. Sweets and Fancy Stall twith which was am vitiated a rocking horse and bran dip) -Miss Edith Millar. Miss Jeanie Crawford, Mias Mars Dkkie, Miss Edith WClelland. Miss Katie and Mies Sadie Stewart, Miss Violet and Miss Elsie Burns, Miss Lilah Thompson
February 26, 1921 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
MISS WETHERED AGAIN.

MISS WETHERED AGAIN.

Uartill (Copt Heath) and 4. . . Semi-final?—Mrs. Mudford beat Miss Gourlav-1 up; Miss Wetherod beat Miss Bastm—s and MISS EDITH LEITCH BEATEN. All th* British Competitors Out of U.B.A. Championship. . result the thud round play m the U.B.A. ladies’ c
October 7, 1921 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MIL BOOOTOR AND tIX. FOX,

MIL BOOOTOR AND tIX. FOX,

macsue. bat le Asia bad sprat • pet of jaw all .me biareelf. Sat ewe whew he wee soma, asd as • nu. be said to hie ra ster Edith Het he was gram to sapient the Ti..'. EM Sentra it wateedid Am, sad slur wean.' Thor marched up the ride of the rime few •
September 3, 1921 - North Down Herald and County Down Independent - Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland
 
ORMEAU PARK SCHOOLS. EFFORT to clear building debt.

ORMEAU PARK SCHOOLS. EFFORT to clear building debt.

Mrs. W. Patterson. Muss Crnskery. Mrs. Nicholl. Miss Bertha Kenne li Mis- Idrsyth, Miss Edith Busby. ilicls' Ancillary—Mis* Ethel Ervine, Miss Mac Vesiiitl, Miss Edith Keuton. llollVnog Miss Violet Courtney, Mi* Prances I). M'Clure. Mr. F. F. Neill. (V.
December 3, 1921 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MEDICAL EXAMINATIONS.

MEDICAL EXAMINATIONS.

Eric Johnston, Woolf Kingsbeig, Eric Per.ival Mahood, William M'Cabc, Ernest Aubrey .Neely, Joseph Alov sins O’Connor, Joseph Edith Vaiian. Fiiwt I’iDlehsiourtl Kxti minat i«>h .1. Broderick, .1). OS. Conuollj. J W. Do'V/vr, C. F. Cioii"A. (J. L’Fstrange
December 21, 1921 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ULSTER TEMPERANCE COUNCIL.

ULSTER TEMPERANCE COUNCIL.

TEMPERANCE COUNCIL. Meetings at Donaghadee A large open-air meeting was held at the I’ier, Donaghadee, Sunday last, when Miss Edith Armstrong presided, and made reference to the victory achieved in the return of all the temperance candidates Parliament. and
June 10, 1921 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
II IllitimAL leacia&nmeembrame. of eon. settee on li tet Rim ITr Hl6, e lowing Paths. Mother. Meilat. Dorman Rose. &Haat,

II IllitimAL leacia&nmeembrame. of eon. settee on li tet Rim ITr Hl6, e lowing Paths. Mother. Meilat. Dorman Rose. &Haat,

neoMillidefidßMW cad Drelairthlaw. Niles. A. T. rturoN. BILLINGHEIAT—A tribe& of km cad reepect to tie mamma of oar &Mhz sister. Edith (Rdiel. who &parted this lift on April 11. 1911. sad was oetarred the City Cemetery. the day Thoei gaged. Lord. *ode& Ithe
April 25, 1921 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland