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*■ 5-45—TWICE KIOHTLY—7-45 TO NIGHT (Monday), and during tho wcdi. A Delightful Musical Sccna QUARTETTE, Including MARGARET GOLDA. EDITH RENVILLE.

*■ 5-45—TWICE KIOHTLY—7-45 TO NIGHT (Monday), and during tho wcdi. A Delightful Musical Sccna QUARTETTE, Including MARGARET GOLDA. EDITH RENVILLE.

Including MARGARET GOLDA. EDITH RENVILLE. ALFRED CUNNINGHAM, DOROTHY SOUTHGATE. VARNEY & BUTT,. IN MIRTHFUL.STUNTS. CROSBIE and HUGHES, Now Versatile Team. and M*\RLEN, Schoolgirl and Tibby. ATHI/INE, Sport and Pastimes. EDITH ALLEN. Soprano Comedienne
August 1, 1921 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WRECKED.

WRECKED.

states that a boat landed there with the crew of four of the schsioner, Edith Eleanor, of Wexford, and reported that the vessel foundered. 100 *miles north-west of Wolf. The Edith Eleanor was • 200-ton schooner and was' owned in 1918 by Mr. P. Donovan
August 5, 1921 - New Ross Standard - New Ross, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
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MERSON. The Golden-Voiced Tenor. The Borellis. Edith Allen. Les Del Ortnes. Betty &, Billy Burne. Ernani. Phil Desmond. Prices (including Tax), to 2s 4d. LYCEUM. TO-MORROW (Thursday:. FUID-VV. * EAIUKDAY, EDITH STOREY in THE DEMON (Five Parts) “ADVENTURES
August 31, 1921 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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
 

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GRAND OPERA HOUSE

GRAND OPERA HOUSE

delightful musical scena which aroused much enthusiasm. The quartet is Margaret Golda (soprano). Alfred Cunningham (baritone), Edith Renville (flautist), and Dorothy Southgate (pianist), all most accomplished musicians in their own particular spheres. Where
August 2, 1921 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ENGAGEMEMTS

ENGAGEMEMTS

James Comer ford, Captain, Indian Army, elder son of the late James Comerford, Ardavon, Rathdrum, and of Mrs. Comerford, and Edith Isabel, younger daughter of the late John Donaldson, K.C., and of Mrs. Donaldson, 4 Dartmouth Square, Dublin, will take place
August 13, 1921 - Irish Society (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of 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
 
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
 
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