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1$ WORDS PER MINUTE.

1$ WORDS PER MINUTE.

Craig. - WORDS PER MINUTE. Annie M'Clughan, Patricia Duggan, Minnie Ilubbert. Ethel Young, May Allen, Edith Bell,: Kathleen Donnelly, Nita Hurl, Edith Evans, Helen Crawford, Violet Wilson, Beatrice Caution, Ella Anderien, Nellie Rainer, Meta Cinnamond
January 17, 1923 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BALLYMENA COAL FOND.

BALLYMENA COAL FOND.

that a ready response to the appeal will be made by the general public. MISS EDITH DE PAULEY'S SUCCESS AT BELFAST CONCERT. The ’■ Belfast News-Letter,” referring to Miss Edith de Pauley’s appearance at the Popular Concert in the Ulster Hall, Belfast, on
December 7, 1923 - Ballymena Observer - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BABY'S FACE SHAT EREDI PLAYING WITH LOADED GUN IN HOME. ANOTHER CHILD SHOT IN ARIL Two sisters who were playing

BABY'S FACE SHAT EREDI PLAYING WITH LOADED GUN IN HOME. ANOTHER CHILD SHOT IN ARIL Two sisters who were playing

return home. Emmeline, who was also taken to the hospital, is in a critical condition. DIVORCED DANCER AND NAME. Ile dancer. Edith Kelly, _formerly the wife of Mr. Frank Jay Gould, is about to defend in the Law Courts her right to bear her former husband's
September 24, 1923 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ELEMENTARY THEORY.

ELEMENTARY THEORY.

Edith Brown, James Fraser, Robert Moore, Jack Irvine, Stanley Walker, James Parker, Naomi Stuart, Kathleen Parker, Sara Johnston, Eileen Beckett, Annie Davidson, Phyllis Garratt, Rita Brett, Molly Brett, &adie Nora Johnston. Hugh Curran
January 17, 1923 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SOUTHERNERS’ SUCCESS.

SOUTHERNERS’ SUCCESS.

holder, defeated Mrs. . C. lgett*> (Ontwentsia) by i and and Miss Stirling (Atlanta) beat Miss Araable (New York) and 1. Miss Edith Leiteii (Walton Heath, England) beat Mrs. Thompson (New York) by and 4. Mr-. J. V. Hurd (Pittsburgh) beat Miss B. (Portland)
October 3, 1923 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MRS. c. corro still in.

MRS. c. corro still in.

ex-champion, did extremely well to dispose of Miss Mollio Marley, Welsh player, after an exciting match, by one hole. Miss Edith the American* won very easily against Miss Harrington, of Cork; but the overseas playera generally did not well, most of them
May 8, 1923 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE OPEN, LARNE, FREE BIBLE LECTURE

THE OPEN, LARNE, FREE BIBLE LECTURE

M Connell; 3rd Bob Gregg. COOKERY —Mary Blair Holly Hunter, Helen Crooks, Gretta M*Maw. ELEMENTARY DESIGN —Annie Jackson, Edith Speers, N. Nelson. DOMESTIC ECONOMY-Ray Kennedy. K. M'Connell, Fan Finlay. HANDICRAFT (Boys)—Bob Gregg. SCRIPTURE—Annie Jackson
June 2, 1923 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
All Ailments arising from the presence Of Uric Acid in the Blood. Masagable of Chemiste ererywhere ea 31- per bolas. Prepared by E. C. De WITT & CO., Ltd., Croydon.

All Ailments arising from the presence Of Uric Acid in the Blood. Masagable of Chemiste ererywhere ea 31- per bolas. Prepared by E. C. De WITT & CO., Ltd., Croydon.

Although only in existence for a short time, the organise: lion has grown rapidly under the captaincy of Miss Millar, Mias Edith Millar filling the role of Brown Owl. The parents of the children form. mg the troop took a lively interest in the sale and
March 3, 1923 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
isiniiiiii BROADCASTING.

isiniiiiii BROADCASTING.

Birmingham, BIT, 425 Metres. —3.30 —Or- Trio. s.3o—Women’s hour. 6 Children’s hour. and weather. 7.15 —The Greys ('oncert Party: Edith James and Leonard Brown, duet, Como Underneath Umbrella;’’ Mr. Ernest J. Jones (banjo .solo), A Biaok Coquette,” l*icanninies
September 25, 1923 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BARGAINS FOR TWO WEEKS ONLY

BARGAINS FOR TWO WEEKS ONLY

Maggie Logan, James M'Alister, Sam Mawhinney, Fergus M'Nally, James Hollinger, James SHORTHAND Elizabeth Hall, Edith M'Lean. BOOK-KEEPING Edith .M'Lean. Ella Andrews, David French, Robert Mackey. STAGE 11. BOOK-KEEPING—EIIa Andrews. SHORTHAND Georgina Creaih
September 8, 1923 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland