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HEALTH OF THE HOST

HEALTH OF THE HOST

Agnes Turner, Lady Mayoress. M. A. Henderson. Julia MMordie, Edith M'Launu, Elizabeth M’Comb, hon. secretaries, Edith Dixon? W. Mina Anderson. Elsie M. Coates, Margaret C. M'Cullagh. Edith E. White, Jeame Duff, Sara Workman, Janet Cunningham, and J. F
July 23, 1924 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FOR LISTENERS-IN. PROORAELE FEATURES.

FOR LISTENERS-IN. PROORAELE FEATURES.

Natural History Museum. "Animal Partnerships" Popular Orchestral Programme, 8.8. to all stations. 06 tails Murray (contralto). Edith Ponying solo luta). break Tully (humorist), Perr7 r (recitals). the Augmented Winless mitre (conducted lay Dan Oodfreya..)
December 29, 1924 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
M'Cullagh, C.8.E.; .Mrs. J. C. White. J.P.; Mrs. J. A. Duff, Mrs. F. Workman, Mrs. Cunningham, and Mrs. R. I.

M'Cullagh, C.8.E.; .Mrs. J. C. White. J.P.; Mrs. J. A. Duff, Mrs. F. Workman, Mrs. Cunningham, and Mrs. R. I.

Agnes Turner (Lady Mayoress). A. Henderson, Julia M'Mordie, Edith M'Laurin. Elizabeth M'Comb, honorary secretaries. Edith Dixon, W. Mina Anderson, Elsie H. Coates. Margaret C. M'Cullagh, Edith K. White, Jeanie Duff, Sara Workman, Janet Cunningham, J. F
July 23, 1924 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TO-DAY'S BROADCASTING PROGRAMME

TO-DAY'S BROADCASTING PROGRAMME

(baritone). Edith Ashby (sob Pianofortes). Robert °dirndl. Orchestra. 6.0-s.3o—As Birmingham. 6.o—Sidney G. Honer Talk to Y:Anig People. B.3o—Reihrions Aeneas. 9.0 Edith Ashby. 9.lo—Pat Ryan (solo clarinet). 9.2o—Mrsel Arenatein (solo 'tend. Edith Adebr.
March 15, 1924 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE DUKE’S REPLY.

THE DUKE’S REPLY.

TURNER (Lady Mayoress). M. A. HENDERSON. JULIA M’MORDIE. Hon. EDITH M'LAURIN. Secretaries. ELIZABETH M’COMB. EDITH DIXON. W. MINA ANDERSON. ELSIE M. COATES. MARGARET C. M’CULLAGH. Com- EDITH E. WHITE. mittee. DUFF. SARA WORKMAN. JANET CUNNINGHAM. J. F
July 26, 1924 - Ballymena Weekly Telegraph - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LONDON (US ■ET&)S).

LONDON (US ■ET&)S).

(contralto) in Weatherly Sons., Edith Kelly-Lange ( solo violin), Tuot Farrell (speciality pianist), The Amboyna Banjo Quartet. 7-30.—Quartet—"Bonnie Scotland" (Kennedy), "Two of Us" (H. Lvall Phillips). "Zenon" OM Morley); Edith telly-Lange—"Ballade et Polonaise"
November 26, 1924 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
IN WHOLE NORTHERN AREA

IN WHOLE NORTHERN AREA

"African Animals," from London. Concert. 7.35-11.30 —Edith de I'anlcr (soprano), Sterling Mortimer (baritone), E. J. Harris (clarinet). 7.35 —Orchestra. march, "Handel' Wakes" (Ilor• overture. "Seinirsmide" —Edith de l'auley, "Song of the Shepherd" (Rimaky-Koraskos
November 6, 1924 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COULD NOT MAKE FRIENDS

COULD NOT MAKE FRIENDS

A white dress had been prepared for the graduatioe of Edith Schlenker, aged 14, from the elementary school nest ;loath. but instead of being used for this purpose. it formed her shroud. after the gui had lumped from the roof of
January 25, 1924 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
JIINIO2 HONOURS.

JIINIO2 HONOURS.

Shaw (Mrs. Whale School of Music. Teacher). Victoria E. Shanks Mr. P. Dulrell, A.R.0.M.. Teacher). Mamie E. Nesbitt (Miss Edith Oreeoe, Towri. Ellen H. Bell (Nisi Bente Lamina, Tear (sr . Winnie Asder•on, Richmond High School. Armagh, Miss Elliott. Teacher)
February 5, 1924 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TIVOLI.

TIVOLI.

Place." SAS" .:*,-Intarcal. 0.16-Edith James .11 Perry Owens: Duet. **Always Lame Ilea smiling" (Alden. 1); Chrilde Stoddard and The Cr.,,: Sorg Scene. "Lamle moven" (Thompson); Ernest Jones: "Vain Ms Flours" (Cenuneyer): Edith James. a Plano and! norm songs:
March 4, 1924 - Dublin Evening Telegraph - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland