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"THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE." BALLYMONJT AMATEURS' SUCCESS. The Ballymoney Amateur Operatic Society humored another complete success in their production of

"THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE." BALLYMONJT AMATEURS' SUCCESS. The Ballymoney Amateur Operatic Society humored another complete success in their production of

usual aplomb, and his interpretation of the sergeant's duties caused the audience many moments of merriment. Mies Ward, se Edith, sang the parts entrusted to her with sweetness and confidence. Special mention should be made of the duet (Ruth and Frederick)
March 24, 1921 - Ballymoney Free Press and Northern Counties Advertiser - Ballymoney, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ainoe the outbreak of war the Council had I I increased the rate for technical instruction by id, and also

ainoe the outbreak of war the Council had I I increased the rate for technical instruction by id, and also

artistes were very successful. The committee were fortunate in securing the support of four excellent young vocalists—Mime Edith de Pauley (soprano), Portrush; Miss Mary Mullen (measosoprano), earthwork; Mr. Hugh Clemente (tenor) and Mr. James Troy (baritone)
March 31, 1921 - Ballymoney Free Press and Northern Counties Advertiser - Ballymoney, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COMOEATAR SWEEP

COMOEATAR SWEEP

tow Marna...l.—Mr , R. E. Mro. 1101— Moßow-tell, M. V. I.notor s _nnd the J. It denary' to Relorko elan. for and lamp. Mint Edith W. Partonllle (hoe Mortar of the rflrh., fartled to otartate worm al lite oskro. Law Mt.. I. Cagan. and Rare. R. E. How were
March 5, 1921 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LETTERS TO THE EDiTH.

LETTERS TO THE EDiTH.

LETTERS TO THE EDiTH.
March 12, 1921 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MILLINERYTXT ANTED. SMART GIRL AS APPRENTICE MILLINERY WORKROOM. Apply, EDITH BARRETT,

MILLINERYTXT ANTED. SMART GIRL AS APPRENTICE MILLINERY WORKROOM. Apply, EDITH BARRETT,

MILLINERYTXT ANTED. SMART GIRL AS APPRENTICE MILLINERY WORKROOM. Apply, EDITH BARRETT,
March 5, 1921 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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HOUSEHOLD COLUMN. BY LADY EDITH. “Leila” asks how make a hot pot with cooked and with uncooked'meat. There is rocipe

HOUSEHOLD COLUMN. BY LADY EDITH. “Leila” asks how make a hot pot with cooked and with uncooked'meat. There is rocipe

HOUSEHOLD COLUMN. BY LADY EDITH. “Leila” asks how make a hot pot with cooked and with uncooked'meat. There is rocipe for each. Ingredients—lilbs. neck mutton. 1 sheep kidney, 21he. potatoes, 2 onions, 1 mushroom, flour, cold water. Method—Cut tho meat
March 22, 1921 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BY LADY EDITH.

BY LADY EDITH.

LADY EDITH. delighted to know recipes prove so useful to readers * Armadale and others kindly mo. Annodale akke— 1 have had lately a most appetising dish I was told was called Colo Cannon Kale Cannon. to strongly flavoured with celery. May I have instruction*
March 12, 1921 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST WOMAN’S TRAGIC END.

BELFAST WOMAN’S TRAGIC END.

The body found the Lagan bank at Belfast Thursday morning has been identified that Mrs. Edith Cunningham, 11, Olive Street, Belfast, who had been, missiug from th© previous night.
March 5, 1921 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Ai ACTOR'S WEIPI76•

Ai ACTOR'S WEIPI76•

Abbot Andersoe. timersor of the Royal Mailers Calege, Seedhorst. Mr. Amesworth, who was s widower, haa now. married Mrs. Edith Marrs* I. .Gros, the rereniony taking place at s Losdos registry office in the presence of two of the' bridegroom's brothers
March 31, 1921 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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well-known artistes who have placed their services at the disposal of the Hospital are—Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schofield, Madam Edith St. Faith, Mrs. Ellen Duncan, Mr. D. ffrench- Mullen, Mr. Michael Gallagher, Mr. Leeming, Lorna Thompson, and Messrs. Moody
March 12, 1921 - Irish Society (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland