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our academic life. A Latin chronicler says that Augustus found Rome city of brick, and left it city o! marble.

our academic life. A Latin chronicler says that Augustus found Rome city of brick, and left it city o! marble.

M'Cavana, Elisabeth C. M'Clelland, Janie M'Cook, Patrick M'Guckian, leabel 8. 8. M'Kccu Ethel K". B. M'Math, Edith I. L. Morton Reginald T. Miillan, Edith Stokes, Agnes E. Walker, William Weir. Coder Charter—Francis Dickinson. Bachelor of Science in Enginee
July 11, 1925 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Household Hints.

Household Hints.

By LADY EDITH. HAM: ITS CHOICE AND COOKING. By LADY EDITH. To Choose Ham. Choose short thick lep:, with moderate amount fat. Look out for one with as* Ah rather Uiin rind, small boned, and with the flesh firmly adhering to the bone. A
May 30, 1925 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST NEWS-LETTER, TUESDAY, MAY 19. 1986.

BELFAST NEWS-LETTER, TUESDAY, MAY 19. 1986.

cause flutter of cvritemecU There ires only one real surprise, that being tho defeat Mrs. Cautlay (bit year’s rtumer up) Miss Edith l.citch. If yesterday a play may accepted as orit*- r'on. the for fittsl between Miss ethored and Mis# Cecil Latch should
May 19, 1925 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST TELEGRAPH. FRIDAY, JANUARY 2, 1925.

BELFAST TELEGRAPH. FRIDAY, JANUARY 2, 1925.

l relations. The Commission adjourned till Wednes!day. HANGED A WOMAN Bywater" was a seis-og steward. On his king voyages Edith Mammal wrote to him a erne* of love-letters stagger the frankness of their confession. she believed he would s d e r o s: e
January 2, 1925 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
XMAS AT THE T.M.C.A. The giant Chriitmu tree at the Ballymena Y.M.C.A. on Chrittmae Eva and tome ot the workert. Including Mr. P. F. Gllllet. B.Se., and Mr. D. C. Hook, eeen In the centre.

XMAS AT THE T.M.C.A. The giant Chriitmu tree at the Ballymena Y.M.C.A. on Chrittmae Eva and tome ot the workert. Including Mr. P. F. Gllllet. B.Se., and Mr. D. C. Hook, eeen In the centre.

Elsie Wilson, and an Irish jig by Miss Jean Ross and Miss Elsie Wilson, Miss Meta ilson, L.1.5.M.; Miss Haslctt, L.R.A.M. Miss Edith Millar and Miss Eileen Mason played the accompaniments. Mr. James N. Lamont, U.C., president of the association, occupied the
January 3, 1925 - Ballymena Weekly Telegraph - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BIRTHS. NAIBIACES. AND DEATHS-3a for IN INNIOBIAN. 21 word's or under, and 94 for every additions line of ? wets.-

BIRTHS. NAIBIACES. AND DEATHS-3a for IN INNIOBIAN. 21 word's or under, and 94 for every additions line of ? wets.-

eonfidence, and offer a Street, dearly-loved father of Edith D. Todd. lat • IMO on fry Means of arl-round Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Daughter no had oisvits better a of ere OM lonsvelaw. EDITH D. AND J. TODD. ,i-wtallittg_7Bl net Davide al. Conti
November 4, 1925 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
E! AORICULTIIIIST.

E! AORICULTIIIIST.

loth November has given i '°bhod Edith Gablik, sailed in a return of 4.10 for two cows, one a young the Whiter Star liner Arabic, which left heifer sot gone twoyears old whets sibs Southampton to-day for New York. Edith , calved last April. The third cow
February 10, 1925 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ffawfmark 'fjlT aporta ! lye conscious. || COUGH CURE. |1 1 Wl**n rcadiog looking »t I reallv refined i,ruDci.i.i ra**i»

ffawfmark 'fjlT aporta ! lye conscious. || COUGH CURE. |1 1 Wl**n rcadiog looking »t I reallv refined i,ruDci.i.i ra**i»

ITHIA 6 Tb.. Greatest Value ofered this Be«a>n. Fashioned. Almoet Half prire, 11.9 ! Heav L.non Crash RoUer Tbwela. ■. • Man Edith. . jau-nter . f Pißlackl White. Navy I White, Saxe/White, Mauve/White, Lemon! S IiMW V iJ JKIl!# e ; «o Sample French Wool
January 28, 1925 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LLOVB't tTSAMMIP N«W«.

LLOVB't tTSAMMIP N«W«.

and 7. Bar. Canon octet arc a«iatod Mr. Donnie Nobl. (bare. can- ivrtkor. LL-D.i l. for Bntlnad, are. Enel 23, teno), Mias Edith Ponwllo (nolo flute), and , Rev. B. A. Deane. M.A. Mina Mignmr Nevada the 8.N.0.C. toprano. 4 ' r liivcrpoo], left Haliiux
October 24, 1925 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
W.INE BOYD’S ROYAL WMITB PORT PRODUCED from the big ripe yellow grapee attain eucb perfection the eunbathed elope* the Alto-Douro

W.INE BOYD’S ROYAL WMITB PORT PRODUCED from the big ripe yellow grapee attain eucb perfection the eunbathed elope* the Alto-Douro

were—Mrs. R. H. M'Candlcsa (daughter-inlaw of old William Finlay, a County Down farmer); R. Dempster (old Win. Finlay), Mtss Edith Holmes (Mary Davis, in love with Samuel James), W. Geo (Willie Davis, Marys brother), W. Voting (Wandering Danny, tramp) Mrs
February 21, 1925 - Ballymena Weekly Telegraph - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland