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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
 
BELFAST MEWg-LETTER, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1923. c. 0. Heztct.

BELFAST MEWg-LETTER, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1923. c. 0. Heztct.

holes. There were 126 starters. Miss Edith Leitch, who played with Miss Stirling, had a card of 91. Other scores were:—Mrs. Vanderbeck |Philadelphia). 37 ; Miss Anderson (New York), Miss I let t. Island), holder. Miss Edith Cummings (Ontwcnlsia), 89; Mrs.
October 2, 1923 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PLATE AND SHEET GLASS

PLATE AND SHEET GLASS

“Queen of the DnvMiss Edith Shaw soprano), “Grant of Love,” “The Flower Ronfl:;' , orchestra, selection. “Decameron Mr. .lan ien. zither hanjnisf solo. Hot Stuffsolo. “Polka Concert;" orchestra, entr’acte, “ Narcissus:** Miss Edith Shaw. My Lovely Celia
July 3, 1923 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE MEDICAL SERVICE.

THE MEDICAL SERVICE.

children hr his first wife, the late Edith Kingdom Gould, including Vivien, now Lady Defies, liberal provision is made. An action has already been begun in court on behalf of the grandchildren George Jay Gould and Edith Kingdom Gould to bar the children
June 6, 1923 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
JAM i:N P4lVii)oin_AONER PATTERSON.

JAM i:N P4lVii)oin_AONER PATTERSON.

by her eorrowing Husband and Family W. J. DUNN. Late 44 Fife Street. Belfast. DONN—In loving memory of our dear daughter. Edith, who departed this life on 9th February, 1,12. mad was interred in Liebe= Cemetery. We shall know her voice In the lambi new
February 9, 1923 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BOBBED CANTEEN FENDS.

BOBBED CANTEEN FENDS.

Edith !Avelock, a amartly-dreated young woman, of Renton liond. Canning Town, Pleaded guilty at Thames Police Court to stealing yarieue sums of money amounting to about £2l. bel,,eing to the Canteen Committei -.I the Abour Exehange
December 4, 1923 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
GARDEXMORE CHURCH.

GARDEXMORE CHURCH.

man and the woman were murdered. The bodies were found within half-a-mile of each other. One was that of married woman named Edith Bowring, who had left her home in Cannonbury, North liondon, 'Tuesday last, and the other that Wm. James Clark, a wealthy estate
January 27, 1923 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CHILDREN BURNT TO DEATH.

CHILDREN BURNT TO DEATH.

a recall. Her diction was splendid. The recitations were; Miss Edith makes it pleasant for her brother,” The New Church Organ,” The Limitations of Youth,” and “Domestic Asides.” Miss Edith do Pauley made her first appearance on a Ballymena platform at
January 19, 1923 - Ballymena Observer - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
GROUP B.

GROUP B.

Wilson, Methodist College, Belfast. Second-class Exhibitions, £ls.—Dorothy M. Reid, Royal School, Armagh. Prizes Value £3. —Edith V. Chambers, Princess Gardens School. Belfast; Ethel M. Colquhoun, Victoria College, Belfast; Mary B. Gibson, Tho Academy,
October 20, 1923 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SAIIIETIN IN ULSTER.

SAIIIETIN IN ULSTER.

p.m. THOMAS C. DAVIDSON. FAULKNER-May 1923. at her parents' randeuce, 33 Hann Street, Edith twee Dade.). the youngest and dearly•beloved daughter of George and Edith Faulkner. Her remains will be removed from above address on tomorrow Otaturdayi, at i
May 25, 1923 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland