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BIRMINGHAM (” SIT 420 Mitres).

BIRMINGHAM (” SIT 420 Mitres).

night—A Night with Russian Composers The Orchestra; Mr. F. D. Linn (baritone) ami Miss Edith Caird (soprano). 9-o—Opening of Bournemouth station. 9-45 Mr. F. D. iann, Miss Edith Caird, and the Orchestra. MANCHESTER (" 2ZV 585 Metres). 3-30 to 4-30—A f lorn non
October 17, 1923 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BROADCASTING

BROADCASTING

Mitchell tvioiin) Miss Edith Hart • »*. Charles Wreford :entertainrr); Miss Mil tJfIJ minute.' dance music hy Lionel Murray's 9—Professor A. J. Ireland. M.A.. 1.1. R.-Fr^- * the history of Eiwrland ; British revolt under F- . Miss Edith flarf; Mr Charles Wrrford:
August 2, 1923 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
■DWAATION.

■DWAATION.

Madge Fienmg. Edith Palkner, Phyllia Isa Girran, Ellen Graham. Gladys GUs*. M maie Gnbben, Nora Gault, Berthe Gedda*. Millie Gordon. Lily Heron, Mery Hanlon. Violet Hsmbleton. May Heron. Deeel Hutehmaon. Maud Haya*. Dona Iren# Irvine, Edith Jone*. Ena Jamiaon
January 15, 1923 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FORTHCOMING GARDEN FETE.

FORTHCOMING GARDEN FETE.

be in charge of the following ladies—Flowers: Baroness Prochazka and Miss F. E. Butler. Country Produce and Poultry— Lady Edith O'Shee and the Hon. Mrs. Share. Fancy and Household Goods — Mrs. Prior IVandesfortie. Rackets—Mrs. Godfrey Day, Mrs. Fausset
June 9, 1923 - Kilkenny Moderator - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland
 
A YANKEE TUTANKHAMEN.

A YANKEE TUTANKHAMEN.

' Mrs. Edith Rockfeller M'Cormick, who claims to have been the wife of Tutankhamen in an earlier incarnation, niay be surprised to know that her long-lost spouse is again contemporary with herself and obligingly confirms her claim
February 28, 1923 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
GRANNY’S PLAYGROUND.

GRANNY’S PLAYGROUND.

Dublin. Miss Edith Dickinson, aged 11, 6 Belvedere place, off Mountjoy square, Dublin. Master Fursey Kyne, aged 10, Longwood, Co. Meath. Miss Violet Primrose, aged 7, Brokeboro, Co. Fermanagh. Correct answers also sent hr:—Willie Alexander. Edith Betes, William
February 17, 1923 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MISSING RELATIVES.

MISSING RELATIVES.

14 lloghton ».treet, Southport. Lancashire. PITCAIRN (Edith*, la it heard of Portland. Oregon. I’.h.A.. 1921. Inquirer. Sister Emily. N.A.VF.I., R.A.F. l»ei>ot. Ixbri.lgc. Middlesex. THOMPSON (Edith*. last beard of Romford. 1914. Inquirer, Thompnon, 74
December 29, 1923 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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on New Year’s Eve with all that music. CaiTickmauoas—You are Welcome the coruer. What good marks you got the cxamiuetion. EDITH, Coolmoney—Your proscuts were very good ones. A chain purse is pretty. Imagine nine of you tbo house Christmas. ROSA, Kilcock—l
January 20, 1923 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
AWARDS.

AWARDS.

No. 1 Prise to Mis* Olive Tsylor, aged 14, 00 Ranclagh road, Dublin. No. 2 Prise to Miss Edith Bates, aged 15. 2 Spafield terrace. Ssndymrunt avenue. Ballsbridge, Co. Dublin. No. 3 Prize to Master John McHugh, 6 Perth street. Belfast. Prize for
September 22, 1923 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GRANNY’S CORNER. CONJURING TRICKS.

GRANNY’S CORNER. CONJURING TRICKS.

then given out. aad got lovely book called Girl Governess.' came home about 830 p.m. Prom year food grandchild. EDITH ALEXANDER. MY DEAR EDITH —Don't you wonder how conjurer does such wonderful am glad yon got prize for attendance Sunday School.—Your a
February 24, 1923 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland