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MISS WATSON AND HEIL PUPILS.

MISS WATSON AND HEIL PUPILS.

gave dances in acorplished stye. and a number of the children strewed quite remarkable promise. The Misses Doris and 0. Frew, Edith Brownlow, Kathleen Nl , Colkieh, Eileen Kendall. and Maureen M'Candleam were particularly noticeable for the excellence of
April 23, 1921 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
ENTERTAINING DANCING DISPLAY BY MISS WATSON’S PUPILS.

ENTERTAINING DANCING DISPLAY BY MISS WATSON’S PUPILS.

lighting effects (under the direction of Mr. Cropper manager of the Rio too), considerably enhanced tiie performance. .Miss Edith Walker and .M iss Maud Porter were exceedingly capable accompanist's. Miss KaAhleen Spanish and Hungarian dancer were very
April 22, 1921 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, 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
 
JAPANESE OPERETTA AT THE HIPPODROME.

JAPANESE OPERETTA AT THE HIPPODROME.

Queenie Mayers), Lunar (Miss Dorothy Craig), and Chung Chin (Miss Mabel Adams). Beautiful exhibitions of dances were given Miss Edith Crymble, a pupil Miss Nairn; Miss Alexandra Purves, Miss Joy Campbell, and Master Willie Fitzsimmons. pupil of Miss Mercer
April 21, 1921 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Industrial Welfare.

Industrial Welfare.

strong and convincing. A number of solo danocs gave variety and added much to the effect, and were thoroughly appreciated. Miss Edith Crymblc, depicting a Dragon Fly, was a pleasure 10 watch, so easy and graceful were her movements. Miss Alexandra Purves, as
April 21, 1921 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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MARRIAGES.

MARRIAGES.

Church, by Rev. John Cochrane, Oliver Frederic H-, youngest son of O. H. Liken and Mrs. Liken, Dunedin. Lodge Road, Coleraine, Edith, daughter the late Thomas Graham and Mrs, Graham, Dunbarton Lodge. Gilford.
April 13, 1921 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ITYLI OILATT SPOZTII ‘1711244

ITYLI OILATT SPOZTII ‘1711244

19th March, the following pupils of Mille Ethel Whyte. L.R.A.M., were succawful in piano. forte playing :—Dorotby_ Parke and Edith Frank. land, higher division; Henrietta Kyle. lower division; Jeanie Kyle, elementary division. •
April 21, 1921 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
BY ORDER OF EXECUTORS.

BY ORDER OF EXECUTORS.

on MONDAY, 4th April, starling ELEVEN o’clock. INCLUDING WHITE AND ROSE DOROTHY PERKINS. Geo. Dickeon. Louise Waller. Echo, Edith Cavell, Lieu. Chaure Mrs. John Lame, Orleans, Arn Jansen, Geo. C. Wand, Catalogues on application, price Threepence each. JAS
April 4, 1921 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
April 8, teat Sir Bryan and Lady Mahon and Lady Rachel Sturgis spent Easter at the Private Secretary’s Lodge, Phoenix

April 8, teat Sir Bryan and Lady Mahon and Lady Rachel Sturgis spent Easter at the Private Secretary’s Lodge, Phoenix

Officers,' R.A.M.C.), second son of the late James R. Trayer and Mrs. Trayer, Hampstead, Mount Eden Road, Donnybrook, Dublin, and Edith Marjorie, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank K. Ritson, Thomlea, Woodlands Park, Timpcrley, Cheshire, will take place
April 9, 1921 - Irish Society (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TIAJILS.

TIAJILS.

rm. wall oast h anabo Webb e: waffles fay ear . the law poi Owe aver by Ida What Frew. lietbar. aad Maley. ALEX AND BILL. Edith Street. COLLINS—In o oar dear father. Robert Collie., who departed this ht. on 7th April. also ear talent eon. Albert I wee
April 7, 1921 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland