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GRANNY’S CORNER.

GRANNY’S CORNER.

Whatea nice prize she got. DOLLY, Boyle.—Perhaps you will have garden some day. I like the yellow primroses best of all. EDITH, Dublin.—Thank you for acknowledging the prize. JOAN, Dublin. —Your garden must be very pretty. You must not slack off just
April 18, 1925 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BELFAST.

BELFAST.

arrived New York Hih. Sutldabv isonraco) Mary Foster (contralto), Walter DOMALA* Dom Hyde (tenor). Tliorpc liatM (bantono). Edith HADNOUSUIRE. for Pernambuco, left S'ampton lllh. viilo (solo fluto), and tho Orchentra. The RIALTO, from Kilindini. arrived
April 14, 1925 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PRIZEWINNERS.

PRIZEWINNERS.

O’Sullivan, Cecil Smyth, Edith Finlay, Albert Turnbull, Pearline Cole, Jackson Harley, John Ferguson, Susan Graves, Kathleen Black, Lilian Carpenter, Nellie Shaffery, Saidie Somersett, Rita Grace, Bridie Sweeney, Mary Moran, Edith Dickinson, Herbert Finegan
April 25, 1925 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
- as party politics, such incidents are not peculiar to this part, but are common to local history everywhere. They

- as party politics, such incidents are not peculiar to this part, but are common to local history everywhere. They

' a delightful Cello solo. Miss Edith Hind, gave two elocutionary turns in exceptionally good style. A humorous dialogue described by the Chairman as something in which two ladies spoke at once " was given by Miss Edith Hind and Mrs. Glynne Davies. " Nursery
April 4, 1925 - North Down Herald and County Down Independent - Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland
 
IN CHARITY’S NAME. Charming Dancing Display by Miss Nan M’Aughey’s Pupils. It was tee large attendance the third dancing display

IN CHARITY’S NAME. Charming Dancing Display by Miss Nan M’Aughey’s Pupils. It was tee large attendance the third dancing display

were My Valentin©,’* Miss Edith Crawford; ‘"Tropical Bird,’* Miss Iris Sefton; “An Impish Revel," 31iss Hilda Hirst; “The Belle New York," Miss Nora Donnan; (. Bail© Espanol," Miss Doris Cathcarte; and Off Watch,** by Miss Edith Crawford. Attired in blue
April 8, 1925 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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ROSETTA SCHOOL. BELFAST.

ROSETTA SCHOOL. BELFAST.

evolutions. Some exquisite dancing was witnessed the solo numbers, the performers being Miss Renee Mareden (Toreador), Mias Edith Crawford (“My Valentine ’), Miss Iris : (tropical bird), Miss Hilda Hurst (an impish revel), Miss Nora Dorman (the Belle Now
April 8, 1925 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
GRANNY’S CORNER.

GRANNY’S CORNER.

Albert Turnbull, Louise McQarvey, Rosa lingy JBessy Allen, Vivian Davis, Willie sr, Edith Finlay, Cathie Malley, Stewart ,tage; Patrfda Coady, Willie Ferguson, Conroy, Edith Dickitf- W isstis OF MARCH 14th
April 4, 1925 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Tun&

Tun&

he accepted be all.-Carnanes, Templepatrick. a ZEIIOIIAIII. RILIMIONTTRIT-In fond and loving memory of our darling sister. Edith AMeandra (Edict. who Mot on 11th April, 1911. and was interred In Olt, - Who Somme It was 1, mid the Master and the gardener
April 24, 1925 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
JOHNNIE’S CURIOSITY.

JOHNNIE’S CURIOSITY.

witness, LIGHTBODY—Wonted to know the where- t i o ath in a clear, steady voice. Uer nbouts of Annie, Nellie, Edith, Willie, or naino 6 f, aid. was Edith Mary Isden, and Joe Lightbody. who are hcr ]^,band formerly labourer in the in Belfast. Informntmntoßobert
April 18, 1925 - Ballymena Weekly Telegraph - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Imam adjoetmeat. Masi• mum - -WIUlm %ma Edith. Burri.okeo•

Imam adjoetmeat. Masi• mum - -WIUlm %ma Edith. Burri.okeo•

Imam adjoetmeat. Masi• mum - -WIUlm %ma Edith. Burri.okeo•
April 4, 1925 - Leinster Reporter - Tullamore, Offaly, Republic of Ireland