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REPORT ON ECONOMIES.

REPORT ON ECONOMIES.

HALL. " Flesh and Blood," an Irving Cummings production, featuring Lon Chnney, the man of • "thousand faces, ' supported by Edith Roberta as hie leading woman, was the principal attraction on the bill of fare presented by the St. Colundis Hall management
February 12, 1924 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
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1924.-5

. Annahlit. Friends will please accept this Intimation. MOTHERS. FEHOUSON—February 14, 1924. Militant, beloved husband of Edith Ferguson, SS Upper Meadow titres ,t and second eun of Mrs. Ferguson late IS3b York Street. funeral strictly private EDITN
February 15, 1924 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SALMON ANGLING

SALMON ANGLING

strange-. ness of diction. But, then, what will a Stage Society audience not endure/ 'The. cast will include Brember Wills and Edith Evans, two of the finest players on the modern stage. There is also Mr. Soy, Byford, who made such a hit recently as Falstaff
February 23, 1924 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
\SSING OF WOODROW WILSON I rEACEIF^Vsio^RTCAN I

\SSING OF WOODROW WILSON I rEACEIF^Vsio^RTCAN I

th ng t 0 do - <>f brilliant scholarship and statesn id p. of £ ldldn t like repeating these things Deccmbor, 1915, married Edith 80l- , , , , The caretaker of the farm said ho heard j ling Galt, of Washington. By the first d f (his Hrmour) tako 1 men cutting
February 9, 1924 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FREEHAND DRAWING

FREEHAND DRAWING

I»o>te (senior) and Helena Moran (junior-. The other entrants are in throe classes, as follows KIIC*T CLASK -louie \T.hb. Edith Martin. L. Hutchinson. Mary V. Blake, Irenr A. llosie. Mrs. Itright, A. W. M*( or aiack, Maguire. Arkle, B. O’Osbaghan, Dot
February 23, 1924 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
UOKLn'S >icxcy.«. this week. _5J _ - CONTINUOUS IMS , ,-.,,,,7, Th „ Piciure with the hair-rftising taking chances Featuring

UOKLn'S >icxcy.«. this week. _5J _ - CONTINUOUS IMS , ,-.,,,,7, Th „ Piciure with the hair-rftising taking chances Featuring

Programme. Thursday and onl^. special Concert on A sweeping, swirling tremendous events: THE FIGHTING GUIDE Featuring Wm. DUXCAX a Edith JOHNSON B1 (Riul.7). Topical, Ac.. &c COMING: Douglas Fairbanks Robin Hood k Out for RUPERT JULIANS’ Stupendous Success MERRY
February 27, 1924 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
ST. COLUMB'S HALL Matinee To-day, at 2.30. Citlldese, Halt-pride-21d, sd, 7d, 9d. Adults, Usual Pries. To-nigh., at 8.15 and 8.45

ST. COLUMB'S HALL Matinee To-day, at 2.30. Citlldese, Halt-pride-21d, sd, 7d, 9d. Adults, Usual Pries. To-nigh., at 8.15 and 8.45

IN " TAKING CHANCES." "ee the New °tura Artist who is outclassing DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS. Thurs., Fri., Sat. : WILLI t M DUNCAN& EDITH JOHNSTON, IN "The Fighting Guide." THE RIALTO. TAM PIZZINIER picr Lutz ROOM The Mat Oomlortablo Pisa@ to Bocad you ivealan
February 23, 1924 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
BRIGHTENING BELFAST H That is Mr. Freshers job. He make; dingy walls and ceilings beautiful. He gives them a finish

BRIGHTENING BELFAST H That is Mr. Freshers job. He make; dingy walls and ceilings beautiful. He gives them a finish

Mimed tenting while walking along the brew the cliffs. HANDED RESULT TO BEDPOST. At an iLmov4t at Mtßoy Reels, Kant, Roos Edith Ringwood, aged 50 . widow as Acton publirea. it was stated was arla( at the farmhouse u a oaring timet. atter Piller 1 0 the
February 12, 1924 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ALL AND NOTHING.

ALL AND NOTHING.

maximum sentence of six months' hard labour was indicted upon Harr.: Umbria's, a young rapper in the Enginson, and his wife Edith. h was stated that the child, •: adapted by the defendants, Aral dram round the arms and legs, trussed tip • fowl, and •earing
February 16, 1924 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FREEHAND DRAWING

FREEHAND DRAWING

runner-up for the Juniors is Doris Greene. Birr. Classified Clawi arc drawings by Mrs. Coulter. Louie S. Webb. 11. Musgrave. Edith L. Marlin. Mrs. Bright, L. M. Scott. W. Aylmer Kcllv. K. Day. Mary Ciddihy. Kbie Arkle, O’Callaghnn. Second Class:—K. Campbell
February 2, 1924 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland