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ENGLISH STUDIES IN 1522.

ENGLISH STUDIES IN 1522.

A., deals with general works literary history and criticism; Mr. E. V. Gordon, 8.A., with general works in philology; Miss Edith E. Wardale, M.A., takes Anglo-Saxon studies her province; Mr. C. P. G. Thomas, M.A., Middle English; and Mr. Arthur W. Read
February 16, 1924 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FAIR VALUES.

FAIR VALUES.

Party programme. 7.3o—The Cry). Ogrt Party: Opening chorus. "Bear cheerfully" (Grey); Edith James and Percy Owens: duet. " Why Didn't You Tell Me 1Borchell0; Edith James. a piano and some songs; The Greys Party: Concerted hem. "Bubbles;" Leonard Brown:
February 19, 1924 - Dublin Evening Telegraph - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
eRhN`H VANITY Corm Explanation of mudeDiz Disaster "THEY OVERDID PT" ET ow= D. GROAT. Meek Villa Prima Etat Berlin (by

eRhN`H VANITY Corm Explanation of mudeDiz Disaster "THEY OVERDID PT" ET ow= D. GROAT. Meek Villa Prima Etat Berlin (by

news; rt Party prorresame. 7.80-The Greys Patty: Opening chorus. "Bear cicalas" (Gray); Edith James and Percy Owens: dust " Why Didn't You Tell Her (Thareliell); Edith Jams. plane and some moo*: The Greys Party: Conraced Item. "Babbles," Loinard Brown: Songs
February 19, 1924 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SHIPPING NEWS. ' BROADCASTING.

SHIPPING NEWS. ' BROADCASTING.

with general cargo; snndry consignees; G. elude Sydney Russell, Ben Webster, Robert Fawjohar Heyn A Sons. Ltd., agents. son, Edith Clegg, mid Mary Brothertoa. 9-16—The atm.'at Quaintoos; “Three Funny voices and Piano.” 100 COAL-LADEN. . O. WiU. C. 8.8.,
February 15, 1924 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
By LADY EDITH CAKE MAKING (Continued). Sponge Cake Mixtures. These mixtures are entirely different from the mixtures given last”week- Sponge

By LADY EDITH CAKE MAKING (Continued). Sponge Cake Mixtures. These mixtures are entirely different from the mixtures given last”week- Sponge

By LADY EDITH CAKE MAKING (Continued). Sponge Cake Mixtures. These mixtures are entirely different from the mixtures given last”week- Sponge cake mixtures are chiefly composed eggs, with a small portion of Bonr compared with the amount of eggs, and, a
February 16, 1924 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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DEATH*.

DEATH*.

aged 54 years, youngest son of the late James Quail, Downpatrick. SMlTH— February 18th, Mayfield Road, | Sanderstead, Surrey, Edith Davies, be- 1 loved wife H. Rainey Smith, and | daughter of the late John Rea, Avenue, Ormeao Road, Belfast.
February 20, 1924 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
lUSNMILLS NOTES.

lUSNMILLS NOTES.

flourish. • social hour followed. Supper was served by Mrs. Wilkinson, Mn. Torrents, Mrs. Dinsmore, Mn. Rice, Miss Ries, Miss Edith li'Mullan, and Nurse J. • vote of thanks was passed on the motion of Sir KnL Robert Moore, seconded by Sir Ent. J. H. tunic
February 21, 1924 - Ballymoney Free Press and Northern Counties Advertiser - Ballymoney, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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
 
TO THE TOMB.

TO THE TOMB.

maximum sentence of six months’ hard labour was inflicted upon Harry Hickman, young sapper the Boyal Engineers, and his wile Edith, at Chatham yesterday for illtreating an adopted child. It was stated that the child was strapped round the arms and legs,
February 16, 1924 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern 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