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GRANNY’S CORNER.

GRANNY’S CORNER.

enjoyed the tree, KATHLEEN, Ballinasloe.—The photographs are very cheap for so many copies, and I hope they will be good. EDITH, Belturbet.—You are most welcome as a grandchild. Next time don’t write on both sides of a sheet; the writing should not be
March 21, 1925 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BELFAST WIRELESS NOTES.

BELFAST WIRELESS NOTES.

li—Weather and news. 19.15 Casano’s Octet, assisted Edith Barnett (solo pianoforte)—The Octet ; “In Baiser ’* (Fontenailles), ” L’Hotesse Arab© (Bi/et). and Bacehanale ('■ Samson et Delilah ”) (Saint Saens). Edith Barnett: Kigiudon and Toccata (” Tomlieau Couperin
August 10, 1925 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ROSETTA SCHOOL. BELFAST.

ROSETTA SCHOOL. BELFAST.

evolutions. Some exquisite dancing was witnessed the solo numbers, the performers being Miss Renee Mareden (Toreador), Mias Edith Crawford (“My Valentine ’), Miss Iris : (tropical bird), Miss Hilda Hurst (an impish revel), Miss Nora Dorman (the Belle Now
April 8, 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
 
Men ary

Men ary

acknowledgment will be accepted by aIL West St.. Portadown. IM DICKSON—hi fond and loving memory of my dearly loved daughter, Edith, who was taken so suddenly from us on the 13th of March, 1924, and was interygd in the family burying ground, Seagoe. Ever
March 14, 1925 - Portadown News - Portadown, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
Tun&

Tun&

he accepted be all.-Carnanes, Templepatrick. a ZEIIOIIAIII. RILIMIONTTRIT-In fond and loving memory of our darling sister. Edith AMeandra (Edict. who Mot on 11th April, 1911. and was interred In Olt, - Who Somme It was 1, mid the Master and the gardener
April 24, 1925 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
fi PIEIISEB WANTED. BELFAST

fi PIEIISEB WANTED. BELFAST

Andenlee Avenue; George _IN. Young, 47 Banns Street; Thomas Hamilton, 36 Glendower Street; George Hall, 26 Glendower Street; Edith Mill, 26 Glendower Street; Hem./ Hammerton, 16 Torrens Street; W. C. Donnelly, 9 Glendower Street. Proposer—William A. Smyth
October 28, 1925 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
JOHNNIE’S CURIOSITY.

JOHNNIE’S CURIOSITY.

witness, LIGHTBODY—Wonted to know the where- t i o ath in a clear, steady voice. Uer nbouts of Annie, Nellie, Edith, Willie, or naino 6 f, aid. was Edith Mary Isden, and Joe Lightbody. who are hcr ]^,band formerly labourer in the in Belfast. Informntmntoßobert
April 18, 1925 - Ballymena Weekly Telegraph - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Co=operative YORK STREET

Co=operative YORK STREET

Gordon, the author and !castling. man of •u, play White Cargo," was serioudy wounded by wife. who is known on the stage as Mara Edith Parker Lt is belittled that the motive was jealousy. At the clos.tig session of the British Advertisers Convention at Harrogate
July 9, 1925 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ULSTER MASONIC HOSTS. BRILLIANT LONDON FESTIVAL. MEMORABLE REUNION. SOIE INTERESTING SPEECHES. “Tho most brilliant Ulster social function in London since

ULSTER MASONIC HOSTS. BRILLIANT LONDON FESTIVAL. MEMORABLE REUNION. SOIE INTERESTING SPEECHES. “Tho most brilliant Ulster social function in London since

Miss Edith Marfleet, Miss Leila Johnson. Miss Kathleen M’Kinstrv, Miss Maud Foster. Miss Wvnne Clarke, Messrs, J. Basil Collingwood, S, A. Williams. Bruce Milner, H. S. Mawbey, and C. W. Since. The accompanists were Sirs. Swinburne and Miss Edith Hines
November 21, 1925 - Ballymena Weekly Telegraph - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland