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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
 
LONDON

LONDON

Savoy Bands and Selma tour. Close j down. The Glanhowy Concert Party, and Florence Holding (soprano); Harry Tucker (bass); Edith Hilton Faggi (solo (pianoforte); Joseph Slater (solo flute); Charles Leggett (solo cornet). —Concert Party; Invictus : (Protheroe)
February 7, 1925 - Northern Whig - 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 INSTONIANS.

OLD INSTONIANS.

of the French Consul in the city, sang number of with excellent taste, and the other vocalists were Miss May Curran, Miss Edith Young. Miss Edna Kennedy, Mr. \V. H. Gordon, Mr. J. Graham, and Mr. H. E. Laughlin. Recitals were given Miss Mona Smallpage
February 7, 1925 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TU ASSOCIATED BOARD LIJ. A 1.6.1.

TU ASSOCIATED BOARD LIJ. A 1.6.1.

1. For Loe«l Mnatc. *Uraa;-HI( MAJESTY THB KINO. Pm«W:—a.|LH. THE PRINCE OP WALE*. K.O. Honorary Ixmal flummuilT. for Mtao Edith PraaklAQd. .13, Mnrlboronrh .tro.t- LOCAL CENTRE EXAMINATION* ißyllnhor A). Norotabor-Ooeombor. ENTRIEE cion. Fob. lor. with
February 7, 1925 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 

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MISSING RELATIVES.

MISSING RELATIVES.

Barry, 105 Shaw street, Liverpool. (Man- Ellen), last heard of 1915, Palmerston, North. New, Zealand. Inquirer, sister, Mrs Edith Goodwin, 19 Beech street, Lower Bronghton, Salford. KEOUGH (Maty and Sarah), daughters of the latq_ Peter Keongh, of Dublin
February 7, 1925 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WEEK’S NOTICE REQUIRED. Conditions Employment in Belfast the Belfast Recorder’s Court on Saturday Messrs. Andrew Jamison, Ltd , Brewery Buildings,

WEEK’S NOTICE REQUIRED. Conditions Employment in Belfast the Belfast Recorder’s Court on Saturday Messrs. Andrew Jamison, Ltd , Brewery Buildings,

'laylor) appeared for the plaintiffs, and Mr! Hanna, M.P.. was for the defendants. For the plaintiffs it was stated that Edith Shields, a stitcher in their employment, left Without giving the usual week’s notice,' and entered the employment oj the defendants
February 3, 1925 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PRESENTATION FROM WOMEN

PRESENTATION FROM WOMEN

ONE pm. till THREE p.m., to receive Subscriptions. Those who find it more convenient to do sc may send their Subscriptions EDITH MAGEE, Guildhall, Derry. MR. R. WAGNER PEYTO (KnalMr tko VMloonttj of Birtaa) XT AS. Resumed Lemon, PIANOFORTE 11 ORGAN. SINGING
February 7, 1925 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
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her borrowing ile,i.and and Family. JOITM 99 Elilieu{ Street. BEAWRIGIIT —ln laying memory et ma dear little daughter Mah e Edith whn drartee thi• life on 4th February. 1909 and wail in. jeered la Dandanald Camotenr. "To he with Christ which 1. far better
February 4, 1925 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TO-MORROW S PROGRAMMES.

TO-MORROW S PROGRAMMES.

(Handel), 10-50 —Close down. LONDON.—3-0 —The Glanhowv Concert Party, and Florence Holding (soprano). Harry Ticker (bass), Edith Hilton-Faggc (solo pianoforte). Joseph Slater (solo flute), Charles Leggett olo cornet). 5-o— s-30—Children’s corner (S.B.
February 7, 1925 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland