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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
 
Section I—Confined to Secondary and Public Elementary Schools• Knitted Socks or Stockings to fit child over three years-I. Miss Nellie

Section I—Confined to Secondary and Public Elementary Schools• Knitted Socks or Stockings to fit child over three years-I. Miss Nellie

Mullsslily No. 2 P.E.S.. Tandragee ; 2. Miss Its Black, do.; 3, Miss Maggie Smith, Crossdermott P.E.S.. Co. Tyrone ; 4. Miss Edith Carson, Derrycughan P.E.S.. Markethill • h.c., Miss Agnes Conn, Mullovilly No. 2 P.E.S. 'For girls from 11 to 13 years)-Three
June 6, 1925 - Portadown News - Portadown, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
First °rimless of the Slosstalms.

First °rimless of the Slosstalms.

l y. Edith." The letters of the name were earven deep in the reek. and the chiselling out of the letters of the word must have I been labour of love. for was not the name "'Edith" engraven upon the lover's heart? Who was the loverP Who war Edith? Who
August 14, 1925 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PROGRAMMES for week-end.

PROGRAMMES for week-end.

Cok>n«l F. C. Edwards and officers, H.M.) (director music. Lieut. I*. S. ti. O’Don itell. M.V.O.f; Wynne Ajello (soprano! ; Edith Lak>' (sok» violoncello) ; Maurice Cole (solo pianoforte) (S.B. other stations) 3.3® The Hand ; *' March Heioique (Samt-Haens)
August 29, 1925 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SIGHT SAFETY

SIGHT SAFETY

—Time signal. 2.3o—The London Ballad Concert, by arrangement with Messrs. Boosey. Came Tubb (soprano), Joan Ehves (soprano), Edith Furmedge (contralto), Walter Glynne (t**nor), Ivor Foster (baritone), Norman Alim (bass), the Gresham Singers, and Concert
October 24, 1925 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST.

BELFAST.

arrived New York Hih. Sutldabv isonraco) Mary Foster (contralto), Walter DOMALA* Dom Hyde (tenor). Tliorpc liatM (bantono). Edith HADNOUSUIRE. for Pernambuco, left S'ampton lllh. viilo (solo fluto), and tho Orchentra. The RIALTO, from Kilindini. arrived
April 14, 1925 - Belfast News-Letter - 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
 
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
 
BELFAST TELEGRAPH, SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 7. 1925 BEAB/TIOSAL COLLAPSE.

BELFAST TELEGRAPH, SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 7. 1925 BEAB/TIOSAL COLLAPSE.

nagsmouth. Shore (en ear). "Rolm MVO. - as" (3), by re. Staajitardistg. Chat. by D. Eardley-Wilmot. 5411 Insicby _the Octet . Edith Young. The oh Child 'a Fireside Taiga (I) Chillows. l es I) _Skim Ustried." 74 n H. G. Minmelleid, late of the Roya l Meet
February 7, 1925 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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M'Crncken; old lady dolls, Sadie MTlwaine, Janie Brown, Dorothy Marks. Annie Gourley; young lady dolls. Sara Wallace, Agnes Given, Edith M’Afee, Woodcock; baby dolls, Jean M'Cracken, Elen ora Kerr, Mina • M'Carley, Sallie M'Carley, Sadie Watt, Margaret Kennedy
February 21, 1925 - Ballymena Weekly Telegraph - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland