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Belfast Shorthand Institute

Belfast Shorthand Institute

THEORY, Doris Webb, Edith Dunlop. Molly Campbell, Harold Mark. Maureen Lcnighan, Mina Smyth. Amy Cosgrove, Madge Kiernan, Stepney. TYPEWRITING. STAGE l». Hilda Nesbitt, Thomas Low, Mabel McFall, Ella llyndrnan. Beth Allen. Edith Evans. Martha Kirkpatrick
October 22, 1924 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ORIENTAL STUDENT INVOLVED.

ORIENTAL STUDENT INVOLVED.

Two weeks ago Edith Florence Catling, a pretty, fair-haired girl, who has only just tamed 16, locked the door of her room in her father's house at Edith Grove, Meseta, in which she had been playing the piano, on Sunday evening
October 8, 1924 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
RUSSIAN MUSIC AT BELFAST.

RUSSIAN MUSIC AT BELFAST.

forecast and news. 7.l# Travel talk. 7.3s—Radio Society talk (S.B. from London); local news. 7.Vi “Mainly Russian Music": Edith de Pauley (soprano), Harold Morrow (baritone), the Station Orchestra: orchestra, polonaise from " Eugene Onegin 1 (Tachaikowsky)
October 9, 1924 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DIA'I7II.

DIA'I7II.

husband of Edith Phlisey. Funeral from his father', testiness. I Little Distillery Street, to-msslew (Toesday& t e r t 1.30 p.m.. to the funny huryinnground. Cemetery. Hod by sorrowing Wee and li i tTle m &ld -r r e sn. 7 will be done." EDITH 3 Little
October 20, 1924 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SIAMESE LOVER'S STORY. LETTER RECEIVED VIGIL ItGEY. News ASA received on Wednesday of the pretty girl of lg. Edith Floreace

SIAMESE LOVER'S STORY. LETTER RECEIVED VIGIL ItGEY. News ASA received on Wednesday of the pretty girl of lg. Edith Floreace

SIAMESE LOVER'S STORY. LETTER RECEIVED VIGIL ItGEY. News ASA received on Wednesday of the pretty girl of lg. Edith Floreace Catling, who disappeared from her father's flat in Chelan, London, by climbing out of a window after larking the door of the room
October 9, 1924 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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2, EDITH VILLAS. CLIFTON PARK AVENUE (CLIFTONVILLE END). EXECUTOR’S SALE OF SEMI-DETACHED VILLA & GARAGE ' WITH VACANT POSSESSION. be

2, EDITH VILLAS. CLIFTON PARK AVENUE (CLIFTONVILLE END). EXECUTOR’S SALE OF SEMI-DETACHED VILLA & GARAGE ' WITH VACANT POSSESSION. be

2, EDITH VILLAS. CLIFTON PARK AVENUE (CLIFTONVILLE END). EXECUTOR’S SALE OF SEMI-DETACHED VILLA & GARAGE ' WITH VACANT POSSESSION. be Sold by Public AUCTION, in the CENTRAL HALL, ROSEMARY STREET, BELFAST, on FRIDAY, 17th October, 1924, TWELVE o’clock
October 6, 1924 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TYPEWRITING, STAGE II

TYPEWRITING, STAGE II

Vavlrem Jean Item., Walter lark.. Moffatt. Madote WIWn. Mae 11.114 e. Nora Peoffb. Mannotta Watt. Veen, Ilktraon. Mare I am. Edith Dunlop, WHY Mra. Annabella BOOK-KEEPING. STAGE 11. Ivy , :retnan, Annie TAY LIM Aptlemon, HOU Matti McFall. Mary elfat e.
October 22, 1924 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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Knox, Sadie Lauder, Freda Cree. Eileen M'Cnnmck, Gretta Graham, Mary McGrottan, Grace McCaolev, Eleanor McKensie. Helen Kyts, Edith Dunlop, Done Webb, 'Madge Kieman. Maueeen Lenegbao, Molly CUmpbell. .losepl.-.ne Bargrins, Amy Ooagrove, Harold Mark, M-na
October 22, 1924 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FOIL L ISTEN ERS-IN. PROGRAMME FEATURES.

FOIL L ISTEN ERS-IN. PROGRAMME FEATURES.

MS) —.— Hell 161041 ...... - IiELrAST-TO-DAY'S MUSIC. 7-o—Lt An . tiordon Cesiserly (from Londonl. 73" r-9- Russian manic, Edith De Pauley (eopranol, Harold Morrow (baritone).' the Station On heetra-7-35. Orcbeetre. Polonaise from "Eugene Onegin," Waltz
October 9, 1924 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
13 ■ElOllli.

13 ■ElOllli.

my dear Wet, Edith (Mid Lindse7 Wright,_ who deported this Ills on Ifth October. I t sod was &erred Cernmonsy Cemetery. Deeply regretted by her Bitter XBB. ADZI.IN. 26 Satteuberw Street. Wit lONT—In lowing aleatory of my dear elder. Edith (Ethel Lindsay
October 18, 1924 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland