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INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC.

INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC.

Night; (b) Fly not yet (arr. T. R. G. Jose). Award.--(No. 2, hem, Miss Cußrick's Quartet Iklisam Phyllis Rani, Doris Britain, Edith On, and Sylvia Ft...mint-00 marks, Highly me. mended—)No. 8) Mies Archer's Quartet (Mimes Mary K. Archer, D. Browner, A. Frame
May 16, 1924 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE WEEKS NEWS OF IRELAND (continued).

THE WEEKS NEWS OF IRELAND (continued).

Tueaday from the Ahercom Steamship Company. Ltd., expressing thanks Cor the aeeistance rendered by the pilot# and crew the Edith William## the occasion of the accident the Greyhound, and offering make a payment lor the use of the pilot cutter, and also
August 9, 1924 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SCHOOL OF SHORTHAND, TYPEWRITING, BOOKKEEPING, AND OFFICE ROUTINE, DONEGALL SQUARE WEST, BELFAST.

SCHOOL OF SHORTHAND, TYPEWRITING, BOOKKEEPING, AND OFFICE ROUTINE, DONEGALL SQUARE WEST, BELFAST.

Annie allace. CERTIFICATE.— Rosemary Arthur, Ella Bell. Isa Bell. Muriel Byford, Violet ELEMENIAJti t.ttviir Edith Cranston, Doreen Clarke, Edith Cunnrisham Dorothy Dison, Mona England, Irene Fullerton, Ethel Cunningham, Graham Olive Gray, Rebecca Greer
August 2, 1924 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
AUCTIONEER I MONTGOMERY STREET. BELFAST.

AUCTIONEER I MONTGOMERY STREET. BELFAST.

Solicitor, Nowtownards. MACFARLANE & MORROW. F.A.I. Aoetionom. la Royal Avenue, ?DEMISES WANTED. A MIMI= nut toe.. INA r•V 2 EDITH VILLAS, CLIF FONPARK AVENUE tCLIVIONVILLB END . ) EXECUTORS SALE OF SEMI-DETACHED VILLA AND GARAGE WITH VACANT POSSESSION.
October 13, 1924 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
IE WORD IN SLACK A3D 1111 U.

IE WORD IN SLACK A3D 1111 U.

embroidered white Toile. trimmed with Valentiennes lace. Mise M. Connell hod • tench of pale pink collo, trimmed with Ince. Milli Edith Connell'. white *nailing find. woe outlined In scarlet, Mina Raton's green gorgette had a -loco cape miller. Mies Nnreh Murray
August 25, 1924 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LlMlTS:—Doubles, 1000 to 1; Trebles. 2000 to 1. LARCENY FROM WORKHOUSE.

LlMlTS:—Doubles, 1000 to 1; Trebles. 2000 to 1. LARCENY FROM WORKHOUSE.

Leghorn cock or hen, Lady Edith Poer O'Shee, Sheestown House, Kilkenny, won Ist prize, and also Ist prize for the best breeding pen (cock and two hens), any variety, judged on utility points. or best one dozen white lien eggs Lady Edith O'Shee won third prize
July 19, 1924 - Kilkenny Moderator - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland
 
AIICTIONEER. 1 MONTGOMERY' STREET. BELFAST.

AIICTIONEER. 1 MONTGOMERY' STREET. BELFAST.

MACFARLANE & MORROW, F.A.1., AUCTIONEERS. ROYAL AVENUE. BELFAST. SPENCE'S SALEROOMS. 88 & 11011 STREET. IVPQZI&XT WA OP 2 EDITH VILLAS. CLIFIONPARK AVENUE Ia.IITONTILLI lUD.) EXECUTOR'S SALE Or SEXII-DSTACRED NEW AND SECOND-HAND FURNITURE, VILLA AND GARAGE
October 8, 1924 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DEATHS.

DEATHS.

Notice of interment later. r.FKay—December 28, 1924. the Royal Victoria Hospital, Alick M’Kay, the dearlybelc.vcd husband of* Edith M’Kay. His remains will removed from hit* late residence, 90, Dufferin Avenue, Bangor, f.»p interment in New Cernstery, Bangor
December 29, 1924 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
POULTRY.

POULTRY.

Anthony ; 2, Miss Evelyn 3, Luke Semple. Sussex, light, cock—l, R. Anthony; 2, Miss Edith Marsden; 3, W. H. Woods. Sussex, light, hen— l, B. Anthony; 2, Miss Edith Marsdeu; 3, Mrs. John Gray. Sussex, any other colour, oock —l, R. Anthony; 2, Wm. 3, Dr
May 30, 1924 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
rax bosoohhox Mmamm. xatobdat. aphil s.

rax bosoohhox Mmamm. xatobdat. aphil s.

rax bosoohhox Mmamm. aphil s. "Now far busineas!" ho raid. Edith obragged her thoaMm aa disgust. "Notbiag.” ehe said. "I am sorry, but I absolutely had not a chauoe." “Never mind, old girl," laugbod Mr. Jomeo-NaTiUo, “you will better Best time.” “What
April 5, 1924 - Roscommon Messenger - Roscommon, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland