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SAILING AND ROWING EVENTS.

SAILING AND ROWING EVENTS.

others, which rounded the flagboat in a bunch, and retaining finished first. Edith was second, and Primrose third. Finishing times:— Finish. H. Mrs. Bluebell (Ist) 87 Edith (2nd) 12 88 Primrose (3rd) 13 89 26 A protest was lodged against Bluebell the
September 5, 1924 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BROADCASTING

BROADCASTING

Alexander (baritone); the Station Orchestra. 5-5.45 —" ” " Five O’Clocks.” talks to women; Edith William (soprano). 6.30-6.45 " The History of the Drama (VI ). Edith Lester Jones. 7 —Mr. H. Kendrick on Suburban Poultry-keeping. Housing." Manchester. 2.30-3
September 8, 1924 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CARDIFF.

CARDIFF.

O'cloeks" Talks to women; Edith William (soprano). 5-45- 8-30—Childmo's corner. 6.30-643—" The History of the Drama" (VI.). by Edith Looter Jonas.-74—Westher forecast and news; Mr. H. Kendrick on "Snharban Poultry Keeping —Housing:" local news
September 8, 1924 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LONDON (“ 2LO ” : 365 metrea).

LONDON (“ 2LO ” : 365 metrea).

“SWA’S” “Five O’clocks.” 5 45-o Corner. 6-30—€-45—History of.-.he Drama —(VII.), by Edith Lester Jones. GLASGOW SSC ”: metres).-3-30-4-30 —The Wireless Quartet and Edith Johnston (soprano), 445—5-15—Topics for Women. 6dfi —6-o—Children’s Corner. 6 C—6-
September 15, 1924 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Household Hints.

Household Hints.

“Old Reader” sends illustrations from a catalogue of Welbank Boilerelte and a patent bread-making machine. She asks if Lady Edith thinks the boilerett© a good investment, and if the bread-maker would be suitable for cake making. I certainly recommend the
September 27, 1924 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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EINIJDIIIOOUE

EINIJDIIIOOUE

Vocalist—Dorothy Clark. "A Case for Eviction," by B. Theyre Smith. Freak, Neil, Curtis; Dora. Phyllis Panting; Mary (a servant), Edith James. Scene: A doctor's consulting-room. Interludes by the Wireless Orchestra. Plays produced by R. E. Jeffrey. 10-30—Savoy
September 22, 1924 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BOYS (SENIOR GRADE).

BOYS (SENIOR GRADE).

Elizabeth Q.; Huxley, Mary B.; Lockhart. Ruth Mulligan, Eileen; Wilson, Frances E. Princess Gardens School, Belfast.—Chambers, Edith V.; Parker, Kathleen; Wilson, Ellen. Victoria College. Belfast.—Brownlee, Doric© M, II.; Carmichael, Nora M.‘; Colquhoun, Ethel
September 27, 1924 - Ballymena Weekly Telegraph - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
IRISH FOOTBALL LEAGUE,

IRISH FOOTBALL LEAGUE,

Barnoldstriek 2. •Aecilogron Stanley I . ANERICAN LADIES' TITLE, DEFEAT OF THE anoEq. BOSTON, Wednesday.—fbe i,eloat Miss Edith Cummi ngs, the title-holder, was the sensation of the second round of the American ladies' rhampiownip on the Rhode Island
September 4, 1924 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MISS EDITH HATTERS

MISS EDITH HATTERS

MISS EDITH HATTERS RESUME. TIIIIIOII On Ist SEPTEMBER, AT Bally blimp, Si MR. JOHN KERR'S, LOY COOKSTOWN. 5,3
September 6, 1924 - Mid-Ulster Mail - Cookstown, Tyrone, Northern Ireland
 
Miss EDITH de PAULEY (Pupil of Mies Evangeleno Florence, London; Mr. Graham Smart. Gentleman the Chapel Royal; Mr. Richard Broad,

Miss EDITH de PAULEY (Pupil of Mies Evangeleno Florence, London; Mr. Graham Smart. Gentleman the Chapel Royal; Mr. Richard Broad,

Miss EDITH de PAULEY (Pupil of Mies Evangeleno Florence, London; Mr. Graham Smart. Gentleman the Chapel Royal; Mr. Richard Broad, Royal Carl Rosa Co.), WILL RECEIVE PUPILS AT BALLYMENA. And also at Messrs. Crytnble's, Wellington Place, Belfast. VOICE-PLACING
September 20, 1924 - Ballymena Weekly Telegraph - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland