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SUNDAY.

SUNDAY.

Margucrita Haris Heflodils,” The " Don’t Come in. Sir, Kidney Uarr.ton (solo piano), ** The Sea,*' Jack a* Lantern/* “Si j'eiais/’ Edith Lake (solo ’cello), sonata, Siciiiennc. Aileaiantki, AneUa, Menuct; hand, over* lure, “ The Girl,” “ Barcarolle ’* (by requcsi)
February 23, 1924 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TRIBUTES TO MR H. BROWN.

TRIBUTES TO MR H. BROWN.

Dav—Bose Oueen, Mies Doreen Gr forget.*oie-uot. Mis;, Kathleen Kilna*rick; white ro-e. Miss Marie M'llwrath. Tennis Dancers—Miss Edith Baird. Irene Baird. St. Swithin’s Day—Bain. Miss Margaret M'Gonigal. St. Andrew’s Day- Mi Kathleen Johnston. Christman Day—
February 25, 1924 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
time ago like Edith Craig, the dai of Aka Terry, produced a play of

time ago like Edith Craig, the dai of Aka Terry, produced a play of

time ago like Edith Craig, the dai of Aka Terry, produced a play of in church In Leeds.' And now we have the production i• St. Paul's, Covent Garden, of Tolstall " Michael," dramatised by Mr. Mailmen. The performance took on Sunday afternoon, with very
February 22, 1924 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WATER POLO.

WATER POLO.

both of which Wellington victorious Doncgall ladies, with six team, won their match against Victoria by 4 (all scored by Miss Edith Montgomery) to nil. Tho losers well tho finish, and Miss L. Agnow, their captain, kept goal splendidly. ollington Juniors won
February 28, 1924 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LOST REST FROM ERUPTIONS

LOST REST FROM ERUPTIONS

Cuticurit Soap and' Ointment and they stopped the dreadful irritation, and in three weeks they were healed." (Signed) Mrs. Edith M Burge, Silver St..! Nausea, Nr Bristol, Eng. Cutlets.* Soap and Ointment are! all you need for all toilet uses. The Soap
February 23, 1924 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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INTO ONE GRAVE-

INTO ONE GRAVE-

Factory disaster were buried yesterday afternoon Christ’s Church, Eritb, one large grave. The girls’ names ware Alice Craddock, Edith Lamb, Doris Sturdivant, Alien Hsrvsy. Gladys Herbert Amelia Smith, all of Erith, an I Elisabeth Dalton, cf Wellick. Crowds
February 26, 1924 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FARM CHILDREN. They Drink Tea and Coffee and Not Milk. The fact that there are plenty of COIFS ill ft..

FARM CHILDREN. They Drink Tea and Coffee and Not Milk. The fact that there are plenty of COIFS ill ft..

fact that there are plenty of COIFS ill ft.. country does not mean that fanner boys •ad girls drink milk, amording to Nita Edith Nitakowaki, local representative of the department of home economics of Peon-71vania State College, who has juit our plated
February 26, 1924 - Dublin Evening Telegraph - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LISBURN OLD SCHOLARS.

LISBURN OLD SCHOLARS.

A. A Harding a. rMld ; John Turtle lecretary. and Mr. James Woolman treasurer. The following D committee:—Leonard Green. Edith AUen. Mrs. D. Barbour Simpson (retiring 1925), Cylvia Kirkwoon. Cecil Pearson GUbert Lamb (retiring 1925), John S. Hobson.
February 25, 1924 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
R. OOLUNWS WILL.

R. OOLUNWS WILL.

supplementary items, including " Fighting Blood,' will also be screened. For the latter part of the week William Duncan and Edith Johnson will be featured in Fighting Guide." One can imagine a rather gruff, though intensely human Northwoods' guide, nursing
February 26, 1924 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
WRECKS AND CASUALTIES.

WRECKS AND CASUALTIES.

(Lloyd** TeJsgram*,) Londoo, A Crest aaya —The Edith, of Hull, Norwioii Aotwvrp. wftß and damafed tbs wherry Forward A Port Said telegram aaya: —Tho British steamer Kohistan C3yd* and Manchaster, 1* fa Iks Fsraia* Gulf with steermg
February 25, 1924 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland