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TO•DAT'S PRICES.

TO•DAT'S PRICES.

tine-c rule, before the English ttsl.,'S NI-It *1.,1 wither. BILLINGHUHST - in fond ad loving memory of our darling sister. Edith Alcoa ,'a (Met. c,.(...illeiante."i'.i'...r,;" who died April iA. 1311 and was Interred in I '"''';'‘l, nl ,, , " o " r l -
April 24, 1924 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
IN MEMORIAM,

IN MEMORIAM,

sorrowing Daughter. and Sonein.law. 11 Fir G. Abercromby's b re bOLTHERN ANNIE AND JOSEPH MATISPON. by ifouthiumati - lied EDITH AND THOMAS WCITIBON . G. tiosimill 1 • 11 9 rapt 11 - Dottgal • CUPID'S imier, • MOORE-December 1914. at her residence. 42
December 29, 1924 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BROADCASTING. PROGRAMME FOR TO DAY. WAV! LENGTHS AND CALL SIGNS. London i2LO) Betro*. Birmingham (BIT) „ Bsurnemoiith (8BN) •• Cardiff

BROADCASTING. PROGRAMME FOR TO DAY. WAV! LENGTHS AND CALL SIGNS. London i2LO) Betro*. Birmingham (BIT) „ Bsurnemoiith (8BN) •• Cardiff

Greys, concerted, item, " Name the Place." 8.4o Edith James and Percy Owens, duet, "Always Leave Them Smiling/' Chrissie Stoddard and The Greys, song scena, "Lonely Hawaii/’ Ernest Junes, "Valse Fleurs/’ Edith James, piano, and some songs; The Greys, burlesque
March 4, 1924 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ARMAGEDDON. TO THE EDITOR Of THE NORTHERN WHIG.

ARMAGEDDON. TO THE EDITOR Of THE NORTHERN WHIG.

was that obtained Mis. Madill over Miss Edith Leiteh. who is sister of Miss Cecil Leiteh. ihe Dublin was 2 up the tarn, having won the eighth and ninth holes, had etill a lead two hotes with four to go. Miss Edith Leitch seen red the fifteenth and sixteenth
May 20, 1924 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE BRITISH WORLD PLIGHT, f UNCONVENANTED BENEFIT.

THE BRITISH WORLD PLIGHT, f UNCONVENANTED BENEFIT.

night in the Central Hall. Rosemary Street, Belfast, by pupiU of Mr. James Dann, F.R.C.0., while songs were rendered by Miss Edith do Pauley, the charming young coloratura soprano, one our most pionnsing artistes. Mr. Dana is to bo congratulated on Uie
March 28, 1924 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Ssssad IHrfermsnss by Miss Edith Msthswfi Puplb.

Ssssad IHrfermsnss by Miss Edith Msthswfi Puplb.

by Miss Edith Msthswfi Puplb. QUALITY STRCET." The repeat performance of Barrie's play, (quality Street." by the pupils of Hies Edith Mathews. L.R.A.M., was given last evening in the Ulster Minor Hall, when there was again large and appreciative audience
March 28, 1924 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SIAMESE LOVER'S STORY. LETTER RECEIVED VIGIL ItGEY. News ASA received on Wednesday of the pretty girl of lg. Edith Floreace

SIAMESE LOVER'S STORY. LETTER RECEIVED VIGIL ItGEY. News ASA received on Wednesday of the pretty girl of lg. Edith Floreace

SIAMESE LOVER'S STORY. LETTER RECEIVED VIGIL ItGEY. News ASA received on Wednesday of the pretty girl of lg. Edith Floreace Catling, who disappeared from her father's flat in Chelan, London, by climbing out of a window after larking the door of the room
October 9, 1924 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
2, EDITH VILLAS. CLIFTON PARK AVENUE (CLIFTONVILLE END). EXECUTOR’S SALE OF SEMI-DETACHED VILLA & GARAGE ' WITH VACANT POSSESSION. be

2, EDITH VILLAS. CLIFTON PARK AVENUE (CLIFTONVILLE END). EXECUTOR’S SALE OF SEMI-DETACHED VILLA & GARAGE ' WITH VACANT POSSESSION. be

2, EDITH VILLAS. CLIFTON PARK AVENUE (CLIFTONVILLE END). EXECUTOR’S SALE OF SEMI-DETACHED VILLA & GARAGE ' WITH VACANT POSSESSION. be Sold by Public AUCTION, in the CENTRAL HALL, ROSEMARY STREET, BELFAST, on FRIDAY, 17th October, 1924, TWELVE o’clock
October 6, 1924 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
yosapikocikiT FROM LONDON.

yosapikocikiT FROM LONDON.

folknilng —_ her recent sweets at the Kemal, Ostend, Miss Edith Kelly (now appearing as Mies Edith Kelly-Lange) the talented Dublin solo violinide, la crowing over to Louden to fulfill some special nts there. On 'Wednesday evening
November 21, 1924 - Dublin Evening Telegraph - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COURAGEOUS FARMER

COURAGEOUS FARMER

Jr mes Poeklington, of Wistow, Selby. While Edith (0), Robert (7), and Olive (5), children of Mr. Jabez Binne, the farm foreman, were eliding on a pond in the park the ice broke near the centre and Edith fell through. The othere went to help her and
March 12, 1924 - Dublin Evening Telegraph - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland