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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
 
EXAMINATION RESULTS

EXAMINATION RESULTS

Muriel Byford, Violet Curtis, Elizabeth Cardy, Madge Crawford. Edith Cranston, Doreen Clarke, Edith Cunningham, Marion Cochrane, Dorothy Dixon, Mona England, Irene Fullerton, Ethel French, Edith Forrest, Vera Graham, Olive Gray, Rebecca Greer, Evelyn Graham
August 2, 1924 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DIA'I7II.

DIA'I7II.

husband of Edith Phlisey. Funeral from his father', testiness. I Little Distillery Street, to-msslew (Toesday& t e r t 1.30 p.m.. to the funny huryinnground. Cemetery. Hod by sorrowing Wee and li i tTle m &ld -r r e sn. 7 will be done." EDITH 3 Little
October 20, 1924 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SUNDAY.

SUNDAY.

I’aglidcji,’ Edith Ashby, solo pianoforte, first in-ncm- ni from “Piano Concerto;” Robert Chigneil, songs; orebtstra, “ Symphony No. 2 iu I).’’ s—See5 —See Birmingham. B—Sidney G Honey, talk to young people. 8.3 ft —iiymn. religious address; hymn. 9—Edith Ashby
March 15, 1924 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SAILING AND ROWING EVENTS.

SAILING AND ROWING EVENTS.

others, which rounded the flagboat in a bunch, and retaining finished first. Edith was second, and Primrose third. Finishing times:— Finish. H. Mrs. Bluebell (Ist) 87 Edith (2nd) 12 88 Primrose (3rd) 13 89 26 A protest was lodged against Bluebell the
September 5, 1924 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MISS DUNN'S SCHOOL OF SHORTHAND, TYPEWRITING. BOOKKEEPING. AND OFFICE ROUTINE, 13 DONEGALL SQUARE WEST, BELFAST. EXAMINATIG FOR SIX MONTHS EN]

MISS DUNN'S SCHOOL OF SHORTHAND, TYPEWRITING. BOOKKEEPING. AND OFFICE ROUTINE, 13 DONEGALL SQUARE WEST, BELFAST. EXAMINATIG FOR SIX MONTHS EN]

11-riel Bylord. Violet Curtis Elisabeth Cardy, Nlrolge Crawford, Edith Cranston, Doreen •Clarke, Edith Cunningham. Marion Cochrane, Dorothy Dizon, Mona England. Irene Fullerton. Ethel French, Edith Forrest. Vera Graham, Olive Gray, Rebecca • reer, Evelyn Grah
August 2, 1924 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Castle Buildings Sale Special Holiday Bargains Special value in Maids' Morning Remainder of Model Millinery Aprons. to clear at ...

Castle Buildings Sale Special Holiday Bargains Special value in Maids' Morning Remainder of Model Millinery Aprons. to clear at ...

owners—via Portpatrick stationasking that a tug should be sent to give assistance. The Belfast Harbour Commissioners' pilot tender Edith Williameanamed after the wife of the chairman of the Board, Mr. W. E. William.., D.L.—was near by, and her officers, on recognising
July 14, 1924 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Sr. TERESA'S HALL, CLARENDON STREET IF:norm. of tl.e GRAND ROMAN DRAMA, i" THE MOURNING BRIDE." AGAIN oN To-moasow (SUND A

Sr. TERESA'S HALL, CLARENDON STREET IF:norm. of tl.e GRAND ROMAN DRAMA, i" THE MOURNING BRIDE." AGAIN oN To-moasow (SUND A

bar:tone). Edith Ashby (solo pianoforte t. Robert Chignon, Oramtra. 3. 0 .4.30-Ae Bart ..0-glaney a . Holley: Talk to Young People. 8.10-Religions Addiers. 9.0-- Edith Ashby. 9.10-Pre. Ryan (solo clarMet). 0.20-Mikel Arenstein tlido Edith Arbby. 9.43-Mikel
March 15, 1924 - Dublin Evening Telegraph - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
a ,s «” ‘s. u opportunity to »flk yonr pardon, and toll., the dismay tll *J. /thrilling Toioa: the Cottage

a ,s «” ‘s. u opportunity to »flk yonr pardon, and toll., the dismay tll *J. /thrilling Toioa: the Cottage

one oecamon ehehed taken eome, dulled her senses end made her feel heavy and sleepy. she took tea ■ The American was paying Edith marked attention. He hovered about her, listening her chatter with interest, and seemed indeed to ha hanging on her words.
April 12, 1924 - Roscommon Messenger - Roscommon, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland