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BELFAST.

BELFAST.

from London); local news. Edith Pauley (soprano), Sterling Mortimer (baritone), E. J. Harris (solo clarionet), the Station Orchestra. 7.35 —Orchestra, march. Handel Wakes (Morressy). 7.43 Overture, Semiramide (Rosaini). 7.55 —Edith Pauley, (a) Song of the
November 6, 1924 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LONDON (US ■ET&)S).

LONDON (US ■ET&)S).

(contralto) in Weatherly Sons., Edith Kelly-Lange ( solo violin), Tuot Farrell (speciality pianist), The Amboyna Banjo Quartet. 7-30.—Quartet—"Bonnie Scotland" (Kennedy), "Two of Us" (H. Lvall Phillips). "Zenon" OM Morley); Edith telly-Lange—"Ballade et Polonaise"
November 26, 1924 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
IN WHOLE NORTHERN AREA

IN WHOLE NORTHERN AREA

"African Animals," from London. Concert. 7.35-11.30 —Edith de I'anlcr (soprano), Sterling Mortimer (baritone), E. J. Harris (clarinet). 7.35 —Orchestra. march, "Handel' Wakes" (Ilor• overture. "Seinirsmide" —Edith de l'auley, "Song of the Shepherd" (Rimaky-Koraskos
November 6, 1924 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
yosapikocikiT FROM LONDON.

yosapikocikiT FROM LONDON.

folknilng —_ her recent sweets at the Kemal, Ostend, Miss Edith Kelly (now appearing as Mies Edith Kelly-Lange) the talented Dublin solo violinide, la crowing over to Louden to fulfill some special nts there. On 'Wednesday evening
November 21, 1924 - Dublin Evening Telegraph - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BELFAST.

BELFAST.

corner, 7-0.-—Weather forecast and news. (7-10) Radio Society Talk, and (7*15) Sir Horry Johnston (S.B. from London). news. Edith dc Pauley Soprano). Sterling Mortimer (baritone). E. J. Harris (solo clarionet), a»*d the Station Orchestra. 7 55.—Orchestra-
November 6, 1924 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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Household Hints. Bv LADY EDITH.

Household Hints. Bv LADY EDITH.

Household Hints. Bv LADY EDITH.
November 15, 1924 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FOR THE CHILDREN. By AUNT EDITH. THE RAINBOW FAIRY, Once upon time there lived grumpy Homiligog in a funny little

FOR THE CHILDREN. By AUNT EDITH. THE RAINBOW FAIRY, Once upon time there lived grumpy Homiligog in a funny little

FOR THE CHILDREN. By AUNT EDITH. THE RAINBOW FAIRY, Once upon time there lived grumpy Homiligog in a funny little hat hew* which bad a nice large garden. If you not know what a Homiligog in, look in your dictionary, and you wul ad find it there! Homiligog
November 1, 1924 - Roscommon Messenger - Roscommon, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
 
By LADY EDITH. “Helen" asks for recipe for good cherry cake, 3 to 41bB. weight. Cherry Cake. Ingredients—Jib. butter. Jib.

By LADY EDITH. “Helen" asks for recipe for good cherry cake, 3 to 41bB. weight. Cherry Cake. Ingredients—Jib. butter. Jib.

By LADY EDITH. “Helen" asks for recipe for good cherry cake, 3 to 41bB. weight. Cherry Cake. Ingredients—Jib. butter. Jib. castor sugar, lib. flour, pinch gait, 5 eggs, little milk if necessary, to lib. glace cherries, 1 small teaspoonful baking powder
November 22, 1924 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
By LADY EDITH. Spiced Beef. Ingredients 7 to ft lb. brisket of beef. doz. black peppercorns, 11b. common salt, cloves,

By LADY EDITH. Spiced Beef. Ingredients 7 to ft lb. brisket of beef. doz. black peppercorns, 11b. common salt, cloves,

By LADY EDITH. Spiced Beef. Ingredients 7 to ft lb. brisket of beef. doz. black peppercorns, 11b. common salt, cloves, bay leaves, 2ozs. salt})etre, -V teaspoonful pondered thyme, IJoza. salpninellc, shallots small onions, Jib. demerara sugar, I tcacupful
November 1, 1924 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
6-50 - - THE GAIETY. - 9. MONDAY, TUESDAY. AND WED\ESDAT. WM. DUNCAN and EDITH JOHNSON IN ''WHEN DANGER SMILES."

6-50 - - THE GAIETY. - 9. MONDAY, TUESDAY. AND WED\ESDAT. WM. DUNCAN and EDITH JOHNSON IN ''WHEN DANGER SMILES."

6-50 - - THE GAIETY. - 9. MONDAY, TUESDAY. AND WED\ESDAT. WM. DUNCAN and EDITH JOHNSON IN ''WHEN DANGER SMILES." A Stirring 'lee of the ureat Open Spoors. " NAN Of THE NORTH," Episode IS. VARIETY—THE 3 RULES. cotAnd'e Versatile A n.sier, .n nonedop singing
November 17, 1924 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland