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A MOUNTAIN MONUMENT.

A MOUNTAIN MONUMENT.

MOUNTAIN MONUMENT. Thomas Argyle Clark a well-known American University Dean, has been roused appreciative enthusiasm Mount Edith Cavell. Some of the most beautiful and wonderful structures of the world were built in honocr of individuals—The Taj Mahal
November 23, 1925 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ULSTER MASONIC HOSTS. BRILLIANT LONDON FESTIVAL. MEMORABLE REUNION. SOIE INTERESTING SPEECHES. “Tho most brilliant Ulster social function in London since

ULSTER MASONIC HOSTS. BRILLIANT LONDON FESTIVAL. MEMORABLE REUNION. SOIE INTERESTING SPEECHES. “Tho most brilliant Ulster social function in London since

Miss Edith Marfleet, Miss Leila Johnson. Miss Kathleen M’Kinstrv, Miss Maud Foster. Miss Wvnne Clarke, Messrs, J. Basil Collingwood, S, A. Williams. Bruce Milner, H. S. Mawbey, and C. W. Since. The accompanists were Sirs. Swinburne and Miss Edith Hines
November 21, 1925 - Ballymena Weekly Telegraph - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BIRTHS. NAIBIACES. AND DEATHS-3a for IN INNIOBIAN. 21 word's or under, and 94 for every additions line of ? wets.-

BIRTHS. NAIBIACES. AND DEATHS-3a for IN INNIOBIAN. 21 word's or under, and 94 for every additions line of ? wets.-

eonfidence, and offer a Street, dearly-loved father of Edith D. Todd. lat • IMO on fry Means of arl-round Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Daughter no had oisvits better a of ere OM lonsvelaw. EDITH D. AND J. TODD. ,i-wtallittg_7Bl net Davide al. Conti
November 4, 1925 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ULSTER MASONIC HOSTS. BRILLIANT • LONDON • • FESTIVAL. A . IBIIOIIIIILE REUNION. :mu INTERESTING SPEECHES. -Pirhe most brilliant Ulster

ULSTER MASONIC HOSTS. BRILLIANT • LONDON • • FESTIVAL. A . IBIIOIIIIILE REUNION. :mu INTERESTING SPEECHES. -Pirhe most brilliant Ulster

emaciated state and dan-e. In these the following took the mummy and the extreme fragility of part :—Misa Molly Hampson. Miss Edith the wrapping.", and there is°prospect Marfleet, Miss Leila Johnson, Miss Kathleen still more amazing treasures awaiting d i
November 16, 1925 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
' m. TOM MOOBE and EDITH ROBERTS \ C G T “ON THIN ICE” THE BA * * a Warner

' m. TOM MOOBE and EDITH ROBERTS \ C G T “ON THIN ICE” THE BA * * a Warner

' m. TOM MOOBE and EDITH ROBERTS \ C G T “ON THIN ICE” THE BA * * a Warner Screen Classic. Hr FRIDAY NIGHT-GRAND COMIINED RTCITAI THE CINEMA SUFBEME.
November 5, 1925 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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THE NORTHERN WHIG AND BELFAST POST, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1925.

THE NORTHERN WHIG AND BELFAST POST, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1925.

m-m, _■ . - TOM MOORE AND EDITH ROBERTS CLASSIC “ON THIN ICE.” I THE CIMFHIIM ttnoacnae A WARNBI* SCREEN CLASSIC. SUPREME. | <y FHI DAT Cowiw I»«CIT«L
November 5, 1925 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CITY Y.M.C.A.

CITY Y.M.C.A.

MUSIC By CHOIR 100 VOICES. Ee». JOHN M'CAFFRBV. Uuecairn Motbodiit Church. Mr. BERTIE WOODBURN. Mr. JOHN EONGMORE. Organiet: EDITH WIESON, Mus ao. CcmJfiwtor; Ur. ROBERT WXNNINGXON. A.R.C.O.
November 21, 1925 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
OFFIOE PASTE?

OFFIOE PASTE?

Tullyhue; and George Newell, Terryhoogaw, were remanded on bail to Petty Sessions on a charge of stealing coal from the lighter Edith on the canal near Tandragee station on 28th inst. Mr. T. 1). Gibhou; M.A., defended.
November 27, 1925 - Portadown Times - Portadown, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
OUBOTOO TO SUShI. HAIL

OUBOTOO TO SUShI. HAIL

F. A. (limns for the Unionists, and Mr. H. C. Keobans for the Nationalists. The Nationalists ob• jrrted to the name Miss Edith G. Me- Ferland, a sister-in-law of the rate collettor, Mr. Wm McFarland, an racist the Court, on the ground of her being eider
November 28, 1925 - Sligo Independent - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
SHIPPING.

SHIPPING.

fortnight at Wicklow port. Tho following clearances are reported: Arrivals—Ss. Braemore, 415 tons coal Miller and Co.; ss. Edith. 227 tons, do.Lss. Beeston, 370 tons slag to Messrs. Haskins •; as. Glen Helen, 249 tons coal to Mr. J. D'Arcv. Departures--
November 21, 1925 - Wicklow People - Wicklow, Wicklow, Republic of Ireland