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ONE PENNY MISS DUNN’S

ONE PENNY MISS DUNN’S

Intermediate—Sadie Henderson. Edith Jones, Roth Lunn, Beatrice Lawler, Katie M'Bumey, Aideen Wade. Molly Young Elementary— Irene Alien, Dora Bitce. May Burrell, Molly Brennan, Madge Caddoo, Lizzie Doak, Gladys Dean, Edith Falkincr, Iris Flinn, Nora Gault
December 28, 1923 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DUBLIN UNEMPLOYED.

DUBLIN UNEMPLOYED.

Intermediate Sadie Henderson, Edith Jones, Ruth Lunn, Beatrice Law lor, Katie M‘Burney, Aideen Wade, Molly Yuun'j. Elementary—lrene Allen, Dora Bruce, May Burrell, Molly Brennan, Madi»e (.'addoo, Lizzie Doak, Gladys Dean, Edith Falkiner, Iris Fiinn, Nora
December 28, 1923 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MISS DUNN'S

MISS DUNN'S

Beatty. Intermediate—Sadie Hendersoo, Edith Janes. Rath Lunn, Beatrice Law lor, Katie M'Burney. Aidems Wade. Molly Young. Elementary—lrene Allen. Dora Bruce, May Starrett. Molly Brennan. Madge (Odd" Doak. aledyy Dean. Edith la!killer. ]Minn. Noma ("aunt, Winnie
December 29, 1923 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WAVE-LENGTHS AND CALL SIGNS.

WAVE-LENGTHS AND CALL SIGNS.

orchestra. —Women’s corner. 5.30 —Agricultural weather forecast; kiddies’ comer. 7—News and weather. Greys Concert Party; Edith James and Percy duet, “ Not the Kind of Girl;” Ernest Jones, banjo soli, “ Darkies’ Dawn ;’* finale, overture to “William Tell;’*
December 4, 1923 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Our Gift Goods are of the Better Cllss, consequently are a Real Pleasure to both Giver and Receiver. Notwithstanding this they arc so keenly priced Wt' fed that the values are not tqualled.

Our Gift Goods are of the Better Cllss, consequently are a Real Pleasure to both Giver and Receiver. Notwithstanding this they arc so keenly priced Wt' fed that the values are not tqualled.

day ; Your death to us was one great loss, But Christ has gained what we have lost. Inserted by her loving daughter and son, EDITH a ALFRED M'IVER. 4 Coronation St., Portadown. 31• IVER—In affectionate remembrance of my dear mother, who fell asleep in Jesus
December 8, 1923 - Portadown News - Portadown, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 

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BROADCASTING. Programmes for To-day. LONDON ("2LO”: 363 Metros.) 11-30-12-30—Maud Bell (solo ’cello). 5-0.- Women’s comer. 5-30. —Children’s stories. 7-0. Mrs.

BROADCASTING. Programmes for To-day. LONDON ("2LO”: 363 Metros.) 11-30-12-30—Maud Bell (solo ’cello). 5-0.- Women’s comer. 5-30. —Children’s stories. 7-0. Mrs.

7-30.—Edith Brass (soprano). 7-40. Orchestra: Selection, Lohengrin.” 7 50.—Julian Rosetli (solo pianoforte). 8-o.—Orchestra: Suite, Sigurd Jorsalfer (Grieg). 8 10. —Edith Bras?. 8- —Orchestra. 8-55.—Julian Rosetti. 8-45 and 9- Orchestra. 10-0. —Edith Brass
December 4, 1923 - Belfast News-Letter - 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
 
'IJ ■ .-I , '"-Cs “ BROADCASTING.

'IJ ■ .-I , '"-Cs “ BROADCASTING.

lllargery Phillips, contralto. “Somewhere Voice is Calling.” Happy Song;” Edith James, piano; Orchestra, selection, The John Henry, hat Happened to the General Election ;” Edith James: orchestra, “ Three Irish Dances,” “ Monsieur ’TricotrinMargery Phillips
December 12, 1923 - Northern Whig - 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
 
NEW ROSS CINEMA,

NEW ROSS CINEMA,

filming of their latest productirs, "Steolheertr. which will be shown at the Cinema Theatre on Sunday, William Duncan and Edith John- SOU, who are on-starred, had a real thrilL in the story they step into an air-chamber constructed in the side of a hill
December 21, 1923 - New Ross Standard - New Ross, Wexford, Republic of Ireland