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°BITER DICTA,

°BITER DICTA,

—Miss Wilkinson, M.l'.. Men and womeu, who have chocking blind npota, can get through the world remarkably well.- - . Miss Edith Shackleton. ' - AJoten of the Day minster Gazette." in the "West CLICT-CLICk. "So your daddie's got the wireless now. has bey"
February 21, 1925 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HOLYWCOD

HOLYWCOD

went to the Dance on Friday night last in the Palace Barracks given by the bligh• land Light Infantry weit well pit a , e,l Edith Allen - night's: entertainment: in• deed voted it one of the most oleasslta functions held there foe some time. An interesting
February 14, 1925 - North Down Herald and County Down Independent - Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland
 
HOCKEY.

HOCKEY.

Smyth and A. M'Alister, duets; the Misses 0. Brown, L. Millar, M. Millar, L. Campbell, and M. Patton, recita• tions; and Miss Edith Spafford, violin solos. A play entitled " The New Paying Guest " created much amusement. The young ladies taking part were—The
February 26, 1925 - Ballymoney Free Press and Northern Counties Advertiser - Ballymoney, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PUBLIC AMUSEMENTS. ENERGY AT THE OPERA HOUSE Little Nelly Kslly.” j Lima Mi,. L.nglow. ...... »Mfe No!lie Kelly, the Speciol

PUBLIC AMUSEMENTS. ENERGY AT THE OPERA HOUSE Little Nelly Kslly.” j Lima Mi,. L.nglow. ...... »Mfe No!lie Kelly, the Speciol

ENERGY AT THE OPERA HOUSE Little Nelly Kslly.” j Lima Mi,. L.nglow. ...... »Mfe No!lie Kelly, the Speciol Dances the HeJltwell, Edith Wevnuoi. end Dt’.lon and Du Marte Song and Dance Show ” is the official and description the programme of Little XeHy Kelly
February 24, 1925 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
IN

IN

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
 
HISS HAINES'S PUPILS.

HISS HAINES'S PUPILS.

Beckett. Dances for two were given by Bee Meharg end Nnra Carse, F.elna Lennie and Leah Stevenson, Rita M'Vea and Eileen Murphy. Edith Baird and Irene Baird. Georgie ?dussen and Rita Mussen. _ Group dances were given by many promising youthful dancers, who all
February 16, 1925 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NEW COMMITTEE MEMBERS.

NEW COMMITTEE MEMBERS.

appreciative solos were rendered by the following:—Miss Sarah O’Neill, “Ivory Palaces’’; Mass Mary Getty, Christ Is All”; and Miss Edith Cunningham, Nearer, Still Nearer.’ Mr. Mallinson presided at the organ. Afterwards an enjoyable programme was given in the
February 27, 1925 - Ballymena Observer - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SAFEGUARDING OF INDUSTRIES. DEBATE IN THE LORDS. Viscount peel on labour s SYMPATHY WITH PROTECTION. I'm the House of Lord*

SAFEGUARDING OF INDUSTRIES. DEBATE IN THE LORDS. Viscount peel on labour s SYMPATHY WITH PROTECTION. I'm the House of Lord*

the French (Govern tnent far the immediate aitandonment of the proreedinfs against Captain Joys and Mr. Buxton, of the s.s. Edith Cavell. who were recently ar rested under a French decree, and for permission for them to leave for home.
February 26, 1925 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
AN UNHAPPY MARRIAGE.

AN UNHAPPY MARRIAGE.

Belfast Woman’s Message to Her Husband. Edith Magee was bound over to keep the peace by the Belfast magistrates yesterday, when aho was charged with causing disturbance her husband’s home in Marlborough Park North. The husband, John
February 26, 1925 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland