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THIS WEEK’S AMUSEMENTS Grand Opera House. —Miss Clcmencc I'anc’s successful drama A Bill of Divorcement was presented interested and appreciative

THIS WEEK’S AMUSEMENTS Grand Opera House. —Miss Clcmencc I'anc’s successful drama A Bill of Divorcement was presented interested and appreciative

which created roars of laughter. Krnani. Italian street singer sang couple of pleasing songs with much merit and was encored. Edith Allen, chorus vocalist; Phyllis Desmond, comedienne and tlancer; and Del Ormes as vocal and terpnieborean experts were equally
August 30, 1921 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FINDING OF ASSIZE MIT.

FINDING OF ASSIZE MIT.

mere her Timbre. range. and purity coupled with tin !Mint , . Crier. of delivery were Visaed in her elleton-etuar , "De' *nem Edith Renville. Multi.% and Porath• •outhgate at the Mann were enuall:. la we d re ye t i h n e t l h a ei g r e re t e m t e inthhtehse
August 2, 1921 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DEATH OF LORD REAY.

DEATH OF LORD REAY.

whose robust baritone voice is heard to advantage; Margaret Co Ida, an Australian soprano great rang© and purity of tone; Edith Penville, brilliant flautist, whoso performance evoked enthusiastic applause last night; and Dorothy Southgate, accomplished
August 2, 1921 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
(By "JIGGER.') FULLOWING Lard on lasi week's! efentful championship, with its miny dramatic surprises and very lame denouement, we hall

(By "JIGGER.') FULLOWING Lard on lasi week's! efentful championship, with its miny dramatic surprises and very lame denouement, we hall

American ladies all received their quietus this round, and three of the four were not merely defeated but. outclassed. Miss Edith Cummings had a bard strugglr with Miss Joy Winn, and brought the match to the 17th green before admitting defeat. the ladies'
June 4, 1921 - Sport (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
STARTLING AMILRiOAN FIGURES

STARTLING AMILRiOAN FIGURES

in the Nurth Intirtnar7 suhertng !mat a bull,: " ball Has Glyn Way." An itiest was held at Billericay on Satu rday on Miss Edith Rosalind' Tweed, aged fifty-four, who was found dead in her bed with the door locked on Thursday. Mr. Tweed, a solicitor, aid
January 22, 1921 - North Down Herald and County Down Independent - Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland
 
gitERAINE COTTAGE HOSPITAL , NT EREsTINO STATISTICS AT ANNUAL NENTING. A SPUR/DID It/CORD. Im/resting statistic.' demonstrating the increasing value and

gitERAINE COTTAGE HOSPITAL , NT EREsTINO STATISTICS AT ANNUAL NENTING. A SPUR/DID It/CORD. Im/resting statistic.' demonstrating the increasing value and

of £l3O 0s 9d. To all the willing 'helpers in these and other eentres the Committee returns its heart-felt thanks. To "The Edith IlLscausland Memorial,", under the care of Miss Lyle, £175 has already been subscribed. A braes tablet has been erected in
February 17, 1921 - Ballymoney Free Press and Northern Counties Advertiser - Ballymoney, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PZOZIT-IMAMM ADVOCIATZD.

PZOZIT-IMAMM ADVOCIATZD.

applause, as follows: Entrance Scholarship Examinations, October, 1921. Pint Year. The Bigger Scholarship, £3tl—]dins Mary Edith NUJ:re, The Academy. Ballymena. , :n,cers' Company Scholarehip 125 Miss F. M. A. Fulton, Fit. Lurach's College, Londonderry
October 27, 1921 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
ROYAL HOSPITAL FOR INCURABLES.

ROYAL HOSPITAL FOR INCURABLES.

d. . 5;17,1 :C.: . Eel., Rabe CP. Mee. Jobe Yelp, P.P.: Keenan. Etn. J.P.• , '7 Lee, Edneeß• bee& Mer.lV: B. Rack. 34. A M Edith Rep W3lor. MI.. May seagett Oconee PuEin I. Re.. (anon F. Vier. Roe; . Awls. II t. E4 rgoret n' E. Map, Ea. J.P.: . '.i A.•
September 23, 1921 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
V/ ltd BELFAST ARNOTTS Tailoring

V/ ltd BELFAST ARNOTTS Tailoring

A largo open-air meeting was held tho Pier, Oonaghadee, on Sunday. After praise the Rev. J. J. Teasoy engaged prayer. Miss Edith Armstrong presided, and made reference to tho splendid victory achieved return of all the temperance candidate* Parliament
June 10, 1921 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SPRING GLEANING! Now is the time to renew you- Carpets, Linoleums, an* Oilcloths. We have large selection latest designs, which

SPRING GLEANING! Now is the time to renew you- Carpets, Linoleums, an* Oilcloths. We have large selection latest designs, which

for the crowded space, it Street Presbyterian Church Sabbath School j hoped to erect the now Town Hall, for « Choir (Miss Edith Boyd), 178 marks; 2, Up- (funds were hand, in time for next ji worth Choir No. 2 (Miss Ida Anderson), 166; j festival. It speaks
May 14, 1921 - Ballymena Weekly Telegraph - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland