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Hickey, Eunice Alexander, Edith Dickinson, May Newman, Edie Dougherty, Katie McKevitt, Edward MacGoldrick, Edith Har| vey, George Hall, Muriel Magee,

Hickey, Eunice Alexander, Edith Dickinson, May Newman, Edie Dougherty, Katie McKevitt, Edward MacGoldrick, Edith Har| vey, George Hall, Muriel Magee,

Hickey, Eunice Alexander, Edith Dickinson, May Newman, Edie Dougherty, Katie McKevitt, Edward MacGoldrick, Edith Har| vey, George Hall, Muriel Magee, Mae Blen- MAUREEN Ballvmotc.—So glad you liked nerhassett, Mina Rickerby, Florrie Kellett. the Christmas’
January 3, 1925 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LONDON (NS lIKTRDS).

LONDON (NS lIKTRDS).

Mistress Mime" (R - Miami Byrd, arr. A. C. Diane), "The_Old Fol ks at awns." 8-43—A d Rees) 11y Edith (eel° fete) aid Beetriee Eveline (so o •ioloecelle): Edith Pontine, Air tad ldiauetto from Suite. "lei Alien Mil" (bail !(rma.) ; Fantanie teristoque, Op
January 12, 1925 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Leinster Report

Leinster Report

Gill: "The Iledgo- by George Sham ; recitation. "The feet," by Annie Dynes; by Mi. • 4etch, entded "Wooed a Teacher, - by Edith Patternon, Demlex.), Hazel Itroaght, Flurrie rat:rr• Etta Talbot, May Redraw - IJ, Arnie toes; recitation, - Biddy front Cork
January 3, 1925 - Leinster Reporter - Tullamore, Offaly, Republic of Ireland
 
BELFAST,

BELFAST,

Mistress Mine ” (William Byrd, arr. A.-C. Dixon), and “ The Old Folks at Home.” Recital Edith Renville (solo flute) and Beatrice Eveline (solo violoncello).. Edith Penville : Air and Minuetto from Suite, 41 fin Alien Slil ” (Emil Kronke) ; “ f*aracterisiique
January 12, 1925 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
AMERICAN LETTER.

AMERICAN LETTER.

known, followed the somewhat unexpected and sudden death of Mrs. Edith Kingdom Gould on a golf course in America. Under the terms of the agreement that has just been reached Mrs, Edith Gould’s executors agree withdraw claim for a million Liberty bonds
January 26, 1925 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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SHARES IT WITH THE STAGE

SHARES IT WITH THE STAGE

(ho Evening Standard when congratulated on the honour conferred upon her. She entered the drawing-room her daughter. Miss Edith t'raig, at her flat in Bedford Street, Strand, as if she were making an entry on to the oft-trod stage. Around her were grouped
January 3, 1925 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DEATH OF MISS F. F. CLARK

DEATH OF MISS F. F. CLARK

Deputy-Lieutenant ol the county, and for some time represented it in Parliament. Miss Clark came to Belfast with her sister. Miss Edith Clark, some thiny-tbrei years ago. Both ‘adies were of a very benevolent‘disposition, and at once became interested in various
January 26, 1925 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
EDDC►TIOA,

EDDC►TIOA,

C.D.) Vera •Iblo, 9i Banta Teacher' Rol*r% J. Seim. Holloway, Teacher) John Boyd. 09 (311 as 1 Jegrey, A T.C.L. Teacher). Edith parse (Mt. C. Caraolly. Teacher). Hills, (Broakvale Coll School. Mite N Baird L. .A M.. L.TC.L. Tireeher) Patricia 41tohrech
January 15, 1925 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
JOYOUS GATHERINGS IN Y.M.C.A. HUNDREDS 0* POOR CHILDREN ENTERTAINED, PARCELS GIVEN TO AGED POOR

JOYOUS GATHERINGS IN Y.M.C.A. HUNDREDS 0* POOR CHILDREN ENTERTAINED, PARCELS GIVEN TO AGED POOR

Elsie Wilson, and an Irish jig Miss Jean Ross end Miss Elsie Wilson. Miss Meta Wilson, L.1.5.M., Miss Haslett, L.R.A.M., Miss Edith , Millar, and Miss Eileen Mason, played the At the conclusion of the programme, Santa Claus (Mr. Alex. O’Hara, jun.) mad© his
January 2, 1925 - Ballymena Observer - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DOG RESCUED IPROR CLIFF LEDGE.

DOG RESCUED IPROR CLIFF LEDGE.

"Evening Standard" when congratulated on the honour conferred upon her. She entered the drawing-room of her daughter, Miss Edith Craig, at her Sat in Bedford Street. Straed, as if were making an entry on to the oft-trod stage. Around her were grouped in
January 2, 1925 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland