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- as party politics, such incidents are not peculiar to this part, but are common to local history everywhere. They

- as party politics, such incidents are not peculiar to this part, but are common to local history everywhere. They

' a delightful Cello solo. Miss Edith Hind, gave two elocutionary turns in exceptionally good style. A humorous dialogue described by the Chairman as something in which two ladies spoke at once " was given by Miss Edith Hind and Mrs. Glynne Davies. " Nursery
April 4, 1925 - North Down Herald and County Down Independent - Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland
 
NEWINGTON CONGREGATION.

NEWINGTON CONGREGATION.

advantage in Arcady is ever young ” (Monck ton), Mr. Fred English, robust baritone; Miss Winnie Foster. Miss Edith Tillv. Miss Hamilton. Miss Edith Miss leoh Latighhn, Miss Kathleen Donnellv, Miss Mabel Walker. Mr. Howard Wilson. Miss Violet Jack son. and
February 19, 1925 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BROADCASTING

BROADCASTING

Signal from flreetworli end Weather Forecast. 11.0.1.0-The Radio Quartet and Marjorie (soprano, lternard Buck (beriloort. Edith nutttrlt tpiooint 1. Einien (entertain. , 1.0.2.0,ind 4.0.11.0-From Lon-11.0.12.0-Jack llytton's Club Band. 'BIRMINGHAM (iIT)-$7l
December 21, 1925 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BROADCASTING. PROGRAMMES FOR WEEK END. ELF AST. T»4lay. •—Afternoon talk- •.li—Belfast Radio | Trio; E. J. Harris (solo clarinet). •JM—Children’s

BROADCASTING. PROGRAMMES FOR WEEK END. ELF AST. T»4lay. •—Afternoon talk- •.li—Belfast Radio | Trio; E. J. Harris (solo clarinet). •JM—Children’s

s ” (Traditional). Dorothy Silk (soprano) : ” (Gounod) Sacred Lullaby ” (arr. Liddle); ** Ring Out, Wild Bells” (Gounod). Edith Penville (soio flute): M Italienne ” (Rougnon); “Bluette” (Schutl-Revell); “Schmetterling” (Andersen). 4—The Ortet: “The Bee”
December 19, 1925 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
■atteiaeES,

■atteiaeES,

1925, at his father's residence. 5 Clarendon Avenue, Bloomfield. Veen G., eldest and dearly-beloved son of Andrew L. and Edith Stewart. His remains will he removed from above address on Monday, 13th lost., at 2.30 p.m., for interment in Dun. donald Cemetery
July 11, 1925 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
another successful meeting

another successful meeting

Lemon Soda beat Mr. E. Fitzell’s Fair Freedom Mr. R. Craig’s beat Dr. B. Lynam’s Life Line. Messrs. M'Allister and Pogue's Edith Coaster, beat Mr. P. J. O’Hara’s College Lady. Mr. F. B. M‘Cutcheon’s Mollyea beat Mr. T M’Cluney’s Cheers for Oldgreen. Mr
March 20, 1925 - Ballymena Observer - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
OXFORD DEFEAT CAMBRIDGE.

OXFORD DEFEAT CAMBRIDGE.

three, with two games halved. Owing an attack influenza. Miss Cecil Lcitch was unable to lead her team, but her sister, Miss Edith Leach, took her place. the foursomes, tho ladies lost only a single game, Ilannay and A. W. Crombie defeating the former girl
February 19, 1925 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST (43S METRES).

BELFAST (43S METRES).

either banjo), Edith (solo flute). Yvonne Morris (Nolo violoncello). *Will Herbert: "Palladium March" (Morley) "Coon Town Breezes" (Papworth). "The Red Cockade" (Tait). Yvonne Morris: "Adagio and Pastorale" (Handel), " Arlectin" (Popper). Edith Pens-ille:
October 10, 1925 - Belfast Telegraph - 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
 
IN CHARITY’S NAME. Charming Dancing Display by Miss Nan M’Aughey’s Pupils. It was tee large attendance the third dancing display

IN CHARITY’S NAME. Charming Dancing Display by Miss Nan M’Aughey’s Pupils. It was tee large attendance the third dancing display

were My Valentin©,’* Miss Edith Crawford; ‘"Tropical Bird,’* Miss Iris Sefton; “An Impish Revel," 31iss Hilda Hirst; “The Belle New York," Miss Nora Donnan; (. Bail© Espanol," Miss Doris Cathcarte; and Off Watch,** by Miss Edith Crawford. Attired in blue
April 8, 1925 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland