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DUBLIN THEATRES. VARIETY PROGRAMMES. rests of Memeh were performed at the Theatre Royal last night by a man who has

DUBLIN THEATRES. VARIETY PROGRAMMES. rests of Memeh were performed at the Theatre Royal last night by a man who has

an admirable one. and all the performers were warmly applauded. TIVOLI THEATRE. The musical •w. rented by Tan Maj Special Edith: al. - priest the Tivoli Theatre iatievciiing is an entortainineM which will please patron, of this variety boom. There are
February 17, 1925 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SOME PUDDING RECIPES.

SOME PUDDING RECIPES.

moisten 11. e whole. Put the mixtnre into a wellgreased basin and steam for two and a•half hours. FOR THE CHILDREN. By AUNT EDITH.
February 7, 1925 - North Down Herald and County Down Independent - Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland
 
LIVERPOOL STEAMER DAMAGED

LIVERPOOL STEAMER DAMAGED

Antique*, jewellery, silver, china, pictures, furniture, glasa, Ac.— Sinclair’* Antique Gallery, Arthur htreet, Belfast. • “EDITH CAVELL” CASE, Minister’s Statement in House of Commons* In reply to a private notice question Mr. (U., Barnstaple) in the House
February 12, 1925 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LOWER NORTH

LOWER NORTH

Island, between Major Richard TrefuM* Vyvyan, late 2l«t Kifle Brigade, eldest son of Colonel R. O. Vyvyan late Indian Army, and Edith Madelincde Lacherois, younge>ldaughter of the late Daniel Lacheroi-. D. L, of County Down. Mr. d. H. Carroll-tethy, M.C., and
February 4, 1925 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FOR SALE.

FOR SALE.

Dynes, second da Mr. and Mrs. James Dynes, BI married to Mr. Albert Robinsor The ceremony was performed b: H. Daunt, M.A. Miss Edith was bridesmaid, and Mr. Ralph was best man. The happy c later for the Lakes of Killarney. In connection with the Porto district
February 13, 1925 - Portadown Times - Portadown, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
LADIES' TESTS.

LADIES' TESTS.

citiarns who were: active in guperiatend. (titter parta were taken by W. I). Johns.' rug the arrangements and aftreding to tom Edith Unlit, T. Ayr, and Manrerai their smooth working . Mr. Mande 'Vainly the boa. organuer.
February 2, 1925 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RECENT WILLS.

RECENT WILLS.

Edith Aksarider, of 6 Nforpeth Mansions, Westrannter, S.W.. who theft ea January 6 hut, wirlow, firstly, of Sir Wiriam Ferdirmod Alexander, tort., aid , seewelly, of the Rev. Frederick William Theriot. and daughter of the late Mr. Crow La
February 28, 1925 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RECENT W1L1,13,

RECENT W1L1,13,

tail, with ether ressanders. Ho le ft the nada et his permed estate epos treat for his mid Me and his bake in tail. lisesh Edith Wellemoro, reed, Zang, Leedom, W, kft et the_ pada/se 949,160, d ate d net piesomay Papp Her will dated Do camber 1, 111113
February 16, 1925 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
to Canon Bor, resigned. Mr. White will be provided with an office in Kilkenny, but loi the present all communications

to Canon Bor, resigned. Mr. White will be provided with an office in Kilkenny, but loi the present all communications

way to South \frica will join them within the next fortnight. Their daughter, Lady May Cambridge, is°with them. . , , Miss Edith Kelly-Lange, solo violinist, of the Royal Irish Academy of Music, Dublin, who recently played with distinction at the Kursaal
February 14, 1925 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IMPORTANT SALE BY AUCTION OF

IMPORTANT SALE BY AUCTION OF

Rose, Ellen k ro n ilsiZ b eg par gf t s ' • 1..- 1.23 Royal Arena* t e ir a l ia r . att o ain b ll4 . ward. Llisocxenee, Edith • ALEXANDER REID. Pillar. Amateur rial Bieriot ia A Hiawatha. ri. - sr I . ass 110 A acc i oawra. R oya l Remo. ' Orleans.
February 23, 1925 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland