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NEWS FROM ALL SOURCES.

NEWS FROM ALL SOURCES.

Moore, lubeworKer, ippielieuded by tlie Woeiat. that the inaeter and chief Coatbridge police at C.dermue was sent to steamer Edith Cavil, prison for sixty days h liaid laU. » were reporten have been imprisoned the theft ot clothing, gold watch, and , mthorities
February 11, 1925 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
If. i Home should be without a i P -^ ; I; ;V STANDARD CLOCK IK % I '‘l I

If. i Home should be without a i P -^ ; I; ;V STANDARD CLOCK IK % I '‘l I

bast down hakuiebs' W.A,. ™ ««. LitU. NEB. O ENTLEMAN with thorough knowledge of THE SISTERS HELLIWELL, G d. o ic t r'a.'i: EDITH WEYMAN, ON 14th APRIL,AT TOLLYMOKE PARK and selling, open to Represent good firm j DILLON AND DU-MARTE. Tickets, Is each, if
February 20, 1925 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE NATIONAL REVIEW.

THE NATIONAL REVIEW.

by Miss Frances Pitt; Untold Tale,” by Leslie G. Wylde; The Old Age Pensioners’ Grit vances. Fictitious and Real,” by Miss Edith Sellers; ** Recollections of a Prisoner of War—an Escape and Recapture.” by Captain tho Hon. Godfrey Phillimore, M.A.; and
February 6, 1925 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Household Hints.

Household Hints.

through, and the top layer of potatoes nicely browned. It mav be necessary to remove the greased paper just before By LADY EDITH. Pork Piet. the mock goose is sufficiently cooked the potatoes to brown. Ingredients Raised Pie Crust f. .n . 2 ozs. marfiu'ine
February 14, 1925 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PARTICULARS LATER.

PARTICULARS LATER.

Scouts or other , similar association. . . . As announced our advertising columns, Honour said that boys wore fortunate Miss Edith Pauley has engaged brilliant in the tribunal before which they appeared, concert party which will appear at the Pr. Hol l-
February 14, 1925 - Ballymena Weekly Telegraph - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
sufficient to so ir^oscju yard. 188th Year—Wo 48. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY ZS, 1&25. ONE PENNY NETT SALES FAR EXCEED THOSE OF

sufficient to so ir^oscju yard. 188th Year—Wo 48. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY ZS, 1&25. ONE PENNY NETT SALES FAR EXCEED THOSE OF

Charles Ruseell, Magana George Dickson. Ambroise Ricardu. Moss Rotso. Ellen Poulseo, Cmtine, Captain Kay ward, L’lanonccncc, Edith Cavcil, Dorothy Perkins, Daily Mail, American Pillar, Aviateur Bleriot, Hiawatha, Orleans, Arnold Jansen, Snow Queen, Mrs,
February 25, 1925 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DELIGHTFUL ENTERTAINMENT.

DELIGHTFUL ENTERTAINMENT.

ballads is ▪ oil friend, and so are Mr. J. Graham and Mr. H. E. Laughlin, each of whom was recalled after every song. Miss Edith Young' was in good voice, her most elective contribution being "Three Fishers." Miss Edna Kennedy's beat item was her encore
February 6, 1925 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COMBER UNITARIAN CHUtCH. MONTHLY GUILD MUTING. A SPLENDID EVENING. The monthly meeting of the above was held in the Schoolroom

COMBER UNITARIAN CHUtCH. MONTHLY GUILD MUTING. A SPLENDID EVENING. The monthly meeting of the above was held in the Schoolroom

the Rain." This young lady sang repeatedly; and the appretiation of the audience seemed to grow on each re-appearance. Miss Edith Todd, also a soprano of obvious capabilities, sang with excellent expression and in good voice, " Memories,".and responded
February 21, 1925 - North Down Herald and County Down Independent - Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland
 
BANK RAID CHARGE

BANK RAID CHARGE

arranged - to do this white the relations tbor Ihteme thr • pialstie 'lowa , leeire to off Sr. still in operation. at fig Edith" Sit., that he would and to do it towards one who has nu the , l'o"" ^ 1" hint f "' • ! lie Pr)" ather defence than justice
February 11, 1925 - Evening Herald (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
AMUSEMENTS.

AMUSEMENTS.

nL \oi assisted many other ladies and jtntlomen the less important pans. SISTERS HELETWELIi. * til' '"' 1 mo^l <* iv f!lir EDITH WEYiIAN, and DILLON and Dr-M ,ri] cnntribnL' aomi' special dances haae : tremend^ns applanse, and the woele company. can cnnfa
February 19, 1925 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland