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ULSTER AND R.A.C.

ULSTER AND R.A.C.

iscellanoous Concert.—lrene 8« liarrer 1 (pianoforte recitals) ; John B. Dickson (solo 'cello) ; ArchihaJJ Armstrong (baritone); Edith Brass (soprano). 3—John B. Dickson: “Serenade Waltz” (Herbert Sharpe) ; *’ Fantaisie Hongroise (Grutzmacher). 3.15 —Archibald
March 7, 1925 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LONDON YOUTH DETAINED.

LONDON YOUTH DETAINED.

Edith Nlatthews. aged 26 years, was found lying dead on a couch on Tuesday afternoon at a house in Ina&ld Street, Tottenham Court Road. London, in cireum/dames whi,b the polies considered to bo glue had been living in the house
March 4, 1925 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. SUSTEKTATION FUND COMMITTEE.

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. SUSTEKTATION FUND COMMITTEE.

Church Mrs. Hamilton M'Cleery presided at the forenoon session, at which there was a large attendance of delegates. Miss Edith Carmichael, in the course of her report on the Press and Parliamentary department, said they were thankful for Frees that was
March 14, 1925 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ABOUT HEARTBURN CURED AT ONCE.

ABOUT HEARTBURN CURED AT ONCE.

- pwdg's Cylvida beat Dr. B. Lynam’. l6 j • etetti noinls points), M'-Onillnns 1 point. The Morera M'Allfeter and Pogue'a Edith Coatter wlnneff £2O; £B: two dogs. ’ Ballvmena team meet St. Gleans (Armoy) beat Mr. P. J. OHara’a College Lady Fu»t Kound
March 21, 1925 - Ballymena Weekly Telegraph - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ULSTER MASONIC HOSTS. BRILLIANT • LONDON • • FESTIVAL. A . IBIIOIIIIILE REUNION. :mu INTERESTING SPEECHES. -Pirhe most brilliant Ulster

ULSTER MASONIC HOSTS. BRILLIANT • LONDON • • FESTIVAL. A . IBIIOIIIIILE REUNION. :mu INTERESTING SPEECHES. -Pirhe most brilliant Ulster

emaciated state and dan-e. In these the following took the mummy and the extreme fragility of part :—Misa Molly Hampson. Miss Edith the wrapping.", and there is°prospect Marfleet, Miss Leila Johnson, Miss Kathleen still more amazing treasures awaiting d i
November 16, 1925 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE GOLD STANDARD OF AUTOMOBILES 20 h.p. Torpedo, £1,590. Saloon, £1,875. 40/50 hp., from £2,500, FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY—Open and Closed Models of each type.

THE GOLD STANDARD OF AUTOMOBILES 20 h.p. Torpedo, £1,590. Saloon, £1,875. 40/50 hp., from £2,500, FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY—Open and Closed Models of each type.

Vacation,” by W. R, 11. Trowbridge is itself literary icu d’esprit, somewhat after the mode of the Batch of the Rook? Miss Edith Sc.lers write.** one of her social studies ** Experiment for Ihe Prevention of Baby-Killing.” which being tried in France.
February 4, 1925 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
OLD FLAKE

OLD FLAKE

THE OLD VIC. There are two productions at the Old Vi. that are well worth seeing—" The Merry Wives of Windsor," with Miss Edith Evans as Mistress Fag., and Ciceley Hamilton's Nativity play, "The Child in Flanders." Few plays are given with the artistry
December 29, 1925 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Household Hints.

Household Hints.

By LADY EDITH. THE CHRISTMAS TURKEY. art carving, dee disgrace himself Ihe eyes of his familv and guests. Good carving not. only art but economy, for surprising how far a well carved joint will round c< spared with one ... done. carving
December 5, 1925 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DERBYSHIRE FARM MYSTERY

DERBYSHIRE FARM MYSTERY

prayer of their hearts. Mr. .1. C. Dory was in charge '<f the choir, whilst Mrs. Godden presided at the pianoforte. THE S.S. EDITH CAYELL CASE. Proceedings Against British Officers Stopped. Westminster yesterday Mr. A. M. Samuel (Parliamentary Secretary
March 10, 1925 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
AVOLMATHOLIO UHIOH.

AVOLMATHOLIO UHIOH.

beat Mrs. Cochrane (Banchory), 8 and 6 Miss was 5 up the tom, and woo the nest three holes to enter the second round. Miss Edith Leitch (Walton Heath) beat Mrs. Cant ley (Thanet), by 1 hole. Mrs. Cuthell (Portrush) lieat Mrs. Neilsot* (St. Nicholas), at
May 19, 1925 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland