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PROGRAMMES for week-end.

PROGRAMMES for week-end.

Cok>n«l F. C. Edwards and officers, H.M.) (director music. Lieut. I*. S. ti. O’Don itell. M.V.O.f; Wynne Ajello (soprano! ; Edith Lak>' (sok» violoncello) ; Maurice Cole (solo pianoforte) (S.B. other stations) 3.3® The Hand ; *' March Heioique (Samt-Haens)
August 29, 1925 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
First °rimless of the Slosstalms.

First °rimless of the Slosstalms.

l y. Edith." The letters of the name were earven deep in the reek. and the chiselling out of the letters of the word must have I been labour of love. for was not the name "'Edith" engraven upon the lover's heart? Who was the loverP Who war Edith? Who
August 14, 1925 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CRANNY’S PLAYGROUND.

CRANNY’S PLAYGROUND.

Davidson, May Medcalf, Rachejl Slater, Maura Slattery, Edith McCartney, Peggy Scarry, Iris Wellwood. Harriett Wclodhead, Mollie Gilbert, Maggie Cullen, Sara Thornton, William Burke, Mary Clarke; Edith Sloane, A. W all, Kate Booth, Olive Francis Scarry, Beatrice
August 29, 1925 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MARRIAGES.

MARRIAGES.

Ir. Farrington, P.P., William Edward, youngest son the late Mr. and Mrs. Alexander, of Brookfield terrace, Blackcock, (o Edith second daughter .of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Sharpe, Mantilla, Dniidruni, County Dublin. BOSWEI.L and CAIRNES—August 11. 1925
August 22, 1925 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BELFASTIAN AID TIE SPEED,

BELFASTIAN AID TIE SPEED,

deceased was her husband. He was a milk vendor. and left home at 2-30 on 28th July, accompanied by his two children, Edith and Jack. 1- Edith Thompson said that at about p. 1.1. on 28th July the milkeart was drawn up in front of Bryansburn Store. Her father
August 25, 1925 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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BELFAST WIRELESS NOTES.

BELFAST WIRELESS NOTES.

li—Weather and news. 19.15 Casano’s Octet, assisted Edith Barnett (solo pianoforte)—The Octet ; “In Baiser ’* (Fontenailles), ” L’Hotesse Arab© (Bi/et). and Bacehanale ('■ Samson et Delilah ”) (Saint Saens). Edith Barnett: Kigiudon and Toccata (” Tomlieau Couperin
August 10, 1925 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
IMPORTANT TO AGENTS.

IMPORTANT TO AGENTS.

and was accom panted by his two children. Edith and lack, who frequently went with him on his rounds as was their usual custom. She heard of the accident at 6.30, and came to the hospital and saw him there. Edith Thompson. a child of about twelve years
August 29, 1925 - North Down Herald and County Down Independent - Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland
 
MARRIED TEACHER WINS CASE. Mrs. Edith Flore?!,e SI,

MARRIED TEACHER WINS CASE. Mrs. Edith Flore?!,e SI,

MARRIED TEACHER WINS CASE. Mrs. Edith Flore?!,e SI, Uorset, *h«» < iiallfM i'or|K»r irt, of l'arks*one ( njflit ,»f Hoolm lier itr«*sN of omin 11 st-hool iltr is marr’iHl. won hor m tli« via ion, 1x»mlon, yest^idav. Mr. Jusiic* Runer. deliwriag his r*>«*rv*d
August 1, 1925 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WORDS DISPOSE OF £llO.OOO. I give and bequeath unto wy wife, Edith Harriette, all my worldly posemaions abeolately," is the

WORDS DISPOSE OF £llO.OOO. I give and bequeath unto wy wife, Edith Harriette, all my worldly posemaions abeolately," is the

WORDS DISPOSE OF £llO.OOO. I give and bequeath unto wy wife, Edith Harriette, all my worldly posemaions abeolately," is the full test of the wifl of M. Alfred Frank Scott. Bt. Leonarde, }tines, and Beckenham, Kent, of News. Lambert Brothers. Ltd., 05
August 5, 1925 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
' 1085." Household H LADY EDITH. r': nSH DISHES FOR BREAKFAST. falt'tikl *'*sl* * addition to tho trnkdiSh" SMt«< BOW

' 1085." Household H LADY EDITH. r': nSH DISHES FOR BREAKFAST. falt'tikl *'*sl* * addition to tho trnkdiSh" SMt«< BOW

' 1085." Household H LADY EDITH. r': nSH DISHES FOR BREAKFAST. falt'tikl *'*sl* * addition to tho trnkdiSh" SMt«< BOW Hurioia. br^XSb. U ‘•We.pMaW. OPM l fl „ v.' Spilt them if. «-s«wo * *° mtnt U SdoUng SprinkU the inridl M.koOr. .t^ffin ?l »J*‘ '«"on
August 8, 1925 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland