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r SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES.

r SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES.

MlNUTE.—Gretta Courtney, Edith Falkner, Bertha Geddea, Abbie Kennedy, Marjorie MTlveen, Florric Maginnis, Maud Pinkerton. 80 WORDS PER MINUTE.—Dora Bruce. May Burrell, Elsie Boyle, Gretta Courtney, Lizzie Doak, Madge Fleming, Edith Falkner, Bertha Geddes
August 11, 1923 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PREPARATORY

PREPARATORY

MTM TK.-Gretta Courtney, Edith Falkner, Bertha Geddee, Abbie Kennedy. Marjorie Al'ltvcen, Florne Masrinnie, Maud Pinkerton. WORDS PER MINUTE. Dora Bruce. May Burrell, Elsie Boyle Gretta - nev. Lizzie Doak. Madße Fleming, Edith Falkner, Bertha Geddes, Vt
August 13, 1923 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST TELEGRAPH, SATURDAY, AUGUST 11, 1928.

BELFAST TELEGRAPH, SATURDAY, AUGUST 11, 1928.

NATIONAL UNION OF TEACHERS. !YPEWSITIHU—ADVANCED—Nees.Beatty INTERMEDIATE—LiIy Heron, Sothis !Sanderson, Mildred Hamilton, Edith Jones, Jean King, Ruth Lunn, Beatrice Lawlor, Kathleen Haynes. Katie Al'Hureey, Mabel M'Clure. Elsie Scott, Ethel Taylor. Aideen
August 11, 1923 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MiSS EDITH de PAULEY

MiSS EDITH de PAULEY

MiSS EDITH PAULEY Attention drawn by advertisement to the fact that Miss Edith Pauley, who is daughter of Mr. William Pauley, formerly of port rush, open give lessons in singing at Messrs. Hart A- Churchill s. Pauler, who an accomplished vocalist, has
August 23, 1923 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PRIZE WINNERS.

PRIZE WINNERS.

Paddy Cosgrave. Rosa Harding, Grace McKinley. Mathias O'Callaghan. Willie Ferreat, Annie Moran, Joan Nichols, Edith Elliott. Arson Stanley, Edith Dickinson. Olive Marmion. Gerald Mullen. Frederick Whiteford. Hessie Salter. Pamela Holland, Joan Scott, Scully
August 11, 1923 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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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
 
SUNDAY.

SUNDAY.

Armstrongorgan soli, ” Toccata in F Major.” ” The Storm Miss Kate Winter (soprano), “Spring Bud Come,” “In a Distant Land;” Miss Edith Lake (solo ’cello), “ Kol Nidrei ergan soli. “2nd and 3rd Movements, Symphony:” Miss Kate Winter. “Drink Only with Thine Eyes
August 25, 1923 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
OTHER REVIEWS.

OTHER REVIEWS.

have arknowle«l»e some very wom ronnection witli .»re«ing design for a tile. I am. therefore, awarding A Bronre Medal Mi»a Edith I* Marlin. Cornfield, Lavagh, BallTWote. for the heat, being black and white drawing. The »/• priae ta awarded to John F. Wilkinson
August 11, 1923 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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Country;’’ Mr. F. A. MacKenzie. war correspondent, on Soviet Russia.” initred Mitchell, solo violin. "The Devil’s Thrill; Miss Edith Hart (contralto). Soft was the Song,” Wind of the Western Sea;” Mr. Chas. Wreford, entertainer; Miss Winifred Mitchell, violin
August 2, 1923 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NORTH DERRY UNIONIST ASSOCIATION

NORTH DERRY UNIONIST ASSOCIATION

here we had perfect, cordial, unanimity. The quartet of artistes responsible for the captivation of the audience were Miss Edith de Pauley, Miss Doris Duke, Mr. J. B. Gray, and Mr. J. F. Newel. The Executive Committee war; re-elected, the vacancy oceasioned
August 30, 1923 - Ballymoney Free Press and Northern Counties Advertiser - Ballymoney, Antrim, Northern Ireland