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PORTRUSH HOTEL

PORTRUSH HOTEL

H. Mervyn, M.A., gave a brief address, and subsequently an enjoyable programme was rendered as follows:—Violin solos, Miss Edith Spafford and Miss Heziet; songs, Mrs. Moore, Mrs. Adams, Miss Mary Murdock, Miss A. Martin, and Miss Maggie Murdock; recitations
February 19, 1925 - Ballymoney Free Press and Northern Counties Advertiser - Ballymoney, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Statutory Notice to Creditors.

Statutory Notice to Creditors.

Ballymena Coal Pnnd for 1925. They will gratefully received either at the Provincial Bank by Mr. Henry O Kara, town clerk. Miss Edith De Pauley, who is well known the concert platform Belfart, ha. a grand concert take place in the Pcote.tant Hall, Bally, Friday
February 13, 1925 - Ballymena Observer - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MID-ANTRIM LADIES’ HOCKEY

MID-ANTRIM LADIES’ HOCKEY

MARCH, at 8 p.m. Aduisaion—SUrer Collection. HALL, UALLYMLNA. FRIDAY, IStk MARCH. 1829. Brilliaut Concert Party. ARTISTS: Miss EDITH FAULEY-t'oloratura Soprano. Miss DOROTHY RODGERS - Mono- OonUalto. Mrs. HAiU'UR, MusJlsc.-Solo Violin. Miss CAiUi'JDuH Violoncello
February 28, 1925 - Ballymena Weekly Telegraph - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MORNING. FEBRUARY 12. 1»25.

MORNING. FEBRUARY 12. 1»25.

regarding the arrest and impriaonment of British captain French Guiana on a charge of wilfully casting away the steam■hip Edith Cavell in November last. Mr. A. M. Samuel said French pilot was in charge of the vessel at the time. The owners had exonerated
February 12, 1925 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
TUSIIO-GRFEK CONFLICT.

TUSIIO-GRFEK CONFLICT.

beiag launched to go to her assistance. bet later managed with difficulty to plum men on board her. Man were also put on the Edith. from London. with a cargo of wheat. for Shoreham. The motor boat Golden Spraywent to the assistance of the Gladys March, while
February 14, 1925 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
What the Gor4iips say

What the Gor4iips say

"--'Mies Wilkinson. M.P. ' Men and women who hate shocking blind spots can get through the world remarkably well. " —Hiss Edith :thackle- ton. --* Notes of the Day " in the " West minder Gazette." Gegeral. To-day is the anniversary of the bottle a- Ski
February 21, 1925 - Evening Herald (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FAIR PLAY AT ALL

FAIR PLAY AT ALL

Le Brodie were Gain from the Gaiety Meeks. Fran the QtemOs Theatre there were Horace Ways* ad Nita Holden, Weber Yodels sd Edith Sinclair. Miss Hilda Barrie, with .1 the Grottos School Deming. med. • c!ormioe mode el the mind of Oreedmemeli Bev. Others
February 2, 1925 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
OBSERVATIONS

OBSERVATIONS

may be seen at Messrs. J. & R. Bell’s. A brilliant company artistes is advertised appear at the concert organised by Miss Edith de Pauley to be given the Protestant Hall on Friday. 13th March. The company comprises Miss de Pauley (coloratura soprano)
February 27, 1925 - Ballymena Observer - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ELIZABETH ARDEN

ELIZABETH ARDEN

always! 673, Fifth Avenue, New York 25, Old Bond St, London 2, rue de la Pais, Paris Household Hints. By LADY EDITH. smooth and leave in place for least ball hour. Peal the oranges, removing all white pith, and divide into sections, dip each
February 28, 1925 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
rbruary .i' in' U,*n I, l>aivr*«.r, \

rbruary .i' in' U,*n I, l>aivr*«.r, \

lock, to the family buryini: iToraorc Unilariajt Churchyard. Deeply regretted, inserted by her and Daughterinlaw. JAMES AND EDITH CLARKE. ■Rathiriland. Coates—February 14, at ner residence, Kuf.hfrcld Avinuc, Mary iMimiie), dearly •loved w-ife Edwin Coates
February 16, 1925 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland