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SECOND ISLANDMAQEC.

SECOND ISLANDMAQEC.

Mrs. F. Dtck, Mrs. Kerr. Mrs. J. English, M. Miss M. A. Templeton, Mise M. Tempfeton, Miss Meta Kerr, Miss lizzie Boyd, Mips Edith tiUl, O. Mias Janie Hunter. Miss Janie Kerr, Misa Maggie Roan. Mies Kathleen Hill, Mi*#. May WiCon. Minn Mol lie Hunter, and
February 18, 1924 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ANNUAL DISPLAY.

ANNUAL DISPLAY.

were awarded followa-(1) Guide Elsie Scott, who represented daffodil and reminded one that spring has come; and (2) Guide Edith Webster, who made very life-like rural Irish* ■nan.’* exceedingly evening was brought to a close the singing the National Anthem
February 28, 1924 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ST. COLUMB'B HALL.

ST. COLUMB'B HALL.

character actor, in his finest performance. The cast includes Noah Beery, Ue Witt Jennings, Ralph Lewis, Jack Mulliall, and Edith Roberts. Shifting Sands,” also on next week’s bill, featuring Peggy Hyland, has as its background the stately beauty of the
February 6, 1924 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
SHANKIU. ROAD MISSION.

SHANKIU. ROAD MISSION.

seconded by Mr. Wilfred Lam* (Dublin), that the following should form the Committee for the ‘ensuing year:—Mi Leonard Green, Miss Edith Allen, and Mrs D. B. Simpson, who ret ire in 1825; Miss Sylvia Kirkwood, Mr. Cecil Pearson, and Hr. Oil bert Lamb, who retire
February 25, 1924 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
UMBRELLAS SufiT RECOVERED R REPAIRED

UMBRELLAS SufiT RECOVERED R REPAIRED

liugeilor Gwenth Owyn," " Men of liartoch," ore heat pa. 6.86 Nows and weather. 9 manic. Manchaatar.—3.3o—lrene Morton (soprano), Edith Reeves (contralto), Frank Kay (entertainer), L. W. (tenor). feminine. 6.2o—Farmers* weather hour. London. §— Dance music. B
February 6, 1924 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
STRAID CONGREGATIONALISTS.

STRAID CONGREGATIONALISTS.

taking part:—Jeaaie Douglas. Samina Greer. May Greer. Joinna M'Conncll. Rachel M'Clean, Bennie M'Cle.in, Nessio Weatherup, Edith Strange, Eliza Strange, Wilson, Nellie Bennett (Belfast), Margaret Ross. Eloie Douglas, Agnes Ross. Winnie Park, Mary M'Aulcy
February 23, 1924 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
three dances front "Teen Jones" (German).

three dances front "Teen Jones" (German).

2.0-S.o—The Band of H.Y. Ormedier GadirtDS 8.8. to all stalks's: Marguerite Dints firogranol t Mass Heroines (onto Dunn) I Edith Lake (solo Tails). 1.114.30-4 ildreit's Comm LB. to all Matlons. 11.80—Time elimal from Rig Ben: the RAY. T. R. Barry. M.A
February 23, 1924 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
lltnAt. Uomog't. ana Utatiu tw*u* u> all BUM *• ottUkmnmltiO—M Worth, 8/-! mff Wardt or pan Oimot M. BIRtHS. M‘Cambley—

lltnAt. Uomog't. ana Utatiu tw*u* u> all BUM *• ottUkmnmltiO—M Worth, 8/-! mff Wardt or pan Oimot M. BIRtHS. M‘Cambley—

late Shannon, Sumraerhill , Killala. Interred Dundonald Cemetery. Smith—February' 18, at Mayfield Road, Sandcts'cad, Surrey. Edith Davies, belovecT wife H. Rainey Smith, and daughter of the late '■bn Rr.'i, Annadale Avenue, Ormeau Road, •el fast. Thrift—On
February 20, 1924 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PRIZE WINNERS.

PRIZE WINNERS.

Alice Denby, Richard O’Grady, Eileen Oeogbegan, Thomas Grove*. Nellie Shegog, Fred Frixael, Eric Wilson, Reginald Williams, Edith Dickinson, Addie Boles, Kathleen Geoghegan. SOLUTION OF PUZZLE IN ISSUE OF JANUARY 12th BOTH WELL. SUBMARINE TOWN. PUZZLE
February 2, 1924 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CUSTOMS AND EXCISE.

CUSTOMS AND EXCISE.

oumhe* found other aolutions which satisfy most, but not all. of the conditions. Thu? ‘24425 by George W. Leslie. M. Smyth. Edith Shaw. Richard Fawcett. John P. Show. Patrick Glynn, Wm. Carson. Monica Shcrrln; 736631 Jean ilollwcy, Madge Oates, A. Clurke;
February 2, 1924 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland