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PITMAN’S SHORTHAND EXAMINATIONS.

PITMAN’S SHORTHAND EXAMINATIONS.

Madge Crawford, Edith Cranston, Doreen Clarke, Edith Cunningham, Marion Cochrane, Marjorie Chambers, Lillie Campbell, Nellie Clark, Dorothy Dixon. Sadie Douglas, Eunice Duncan, Jeannie Duff, Mona England, Irene Fullerton, Ethel French, Edith Forrest, Julia
December 20, 1924 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BY A BALLYMENA MAN

BY A BALLYMENA MAN

smaller glacier. This is the Edith Caveli mountain, named after the martyred nurse. It is exactly twenty miles distant, and yet in a dear day it does not seem a mile away, so deceptive is the atmosphere here. The drive to the Edith Cavell mountain discloses
August 29, 1924 - Ballymena Observer - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WEEKLY TELEGRAPH; SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 2,1924 PROVINCIAL BANK CHIEF ON IRISH OUTLOOK. FREE STATE CONDITION HER GRADUATING GOWN AS SHROUD. GIRL’S

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH; SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 2,1924 PROVINCIAL BANK CHIEF ON IRISH OUTLOOK. FREE STATE CONDITION HER GRADUATING GOWN AS SHROUD. GIRL’S

dress and you said you wanted, to to college,” insisted her father. At this Edith looked away and would not talk any more. About an hour after supper Schlenker missed Edith and fonnd the skylight on the top floor open, with a ladder propped against it
February 2, 1924 - Ballymena Weekly Telegraph - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Miss Dunn's School.

Miss Dunn's School.

Madge Crawford. Edith Cranston. Doreen Clarke, Edith Cunningham, Marlon Cochrane, Marjorie Chamber.. Lillie Campbell. Nellie Clarke, Dorothy Dixon. Sadie Douglas, Eunice Duncan, Jeannie Duff. Mona England. Irene Fullerton, Ethel French. Edith Forrest, Julia
December 20, 1924 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, SATTfRPAY FERRE ARY 2,1924

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, SATTfRPAY FERRE ARY 2,1924

dress and you said you wanted to go to college,” insisted her father. At this Edith looked away and would not talk any more. About an hour after supper Rcblenker missed Edith and found the skylight on the top floor open, with a ladder propped against it
February 2, 1924 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
A REMARKABLE NEW WORK GREAT STORIES OF REAL LIFE CONTENTS OF PART I. THE TRAGEDY OF EDITH THOMPSON No crime

A REMARKABLE NEW WORK GREAT STORIES OF REAL LIFE CONTENTS OF PART I. THE TRAGEDY OF EDITH THOMPSON No crime

LIFE CONTENTS OF PART I. THE TRAGEDY OF EDITH THOMPSON No crime has aroused more intense interest then the brutal midnight murder of Percy Thompson in a Landon Suburb. Behind the daily jonmayings of his wife. Edith Thompson, to her work as a bookkeeper
March 14, 1924 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST.

BELFAST.

from London); local news. Edith Pauley (soprano), Sterling Mortimer (baritone), E. J. Harris (solo clarionet), the Station Orchestra. 7.35 —Orchestra, march. Handel Wakes (Morressy). 7.43 Overture, Semiramide (Rosaini). 7.55 —Edith Pauley, (a) Song of the
November 6, 1924 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
RUSSIAN MUSIC AT BELFAST.

RUSSIAN MUSIC AT BELFAST.

forecast and news. 7.l# Travel talk. 7.3s—Radio Society talk (S.B. from London); local news. 7.Vi “Mainly Russian Music": Edith de Pauley (soprano), Harold Morrow (baritone), the Station Orchestra: orchestra, polonaise from " Eugene Onegin 1 (Tachaikowsky)
October 9, 1924 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LONDON.

LONDON.

’* Animal Partnerships;’’ local news. 7.30 Popular Orchestral Programme (S.B. to all stations) —Stella Murray (uootraltoi, Edith Penville (solo flute), Frank Tally (humorist), Percy Edgar (recital*), and the Augmented Wireless Orchestra.—-Orchestra: March
December 29, 1924 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LONDON OM IIIMIL8).

LONDON OM IIIMIL8).

K.C.V.0., F.A.S., Talk on "Country Life." Miscellaneous Programme —Winifred Davis (mezzo-soprano), John Col!Moon (tenor), Edith Penville (solo flute), Una Cheverton and Alm Sherman (violin duettists). Jerome Murphy (Irish entertainer), the Anglo-Hawaiian
December 16, 1924 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland