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Wig Suffor

Wig Suffor

Gilmour, David Sloan, George Newell,iall of Terryhoegan. Tandragee, with the larceny of half a ton of coal, from,the lighter Edith, on the 20th November,the property of Messrs. - _ Fisher it Sons, Newry. - Mr: P. M. Cullen appeared for Gilmour, and Mr. T
December 18, 1925 - Portadown Times - Portadown, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
UOW TO PVIIETIILTK.

UOW TO PVIIETIILTK.

Returning from school the other afternoon , little Edith proudly informed her mother that she had learned to punchuate." Well. clear," said mama, " and how is it &net" You see. mamma," explained Edith, " when you write ' Hart r pon put a hatpin after it
December 18, 1925 - New Ross Standard - New Ross, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
SUCCESSFUL FRENCH HOAX

SUCCESSFUL FRENCH HOAX

successful joke that has been played on the French Preis for many veers Mr. Sprat's -let sae call you Edith. I hays kndwn you tang enoush be drop th• Edith (shylyt—Tee: that is what sums sari, that I have bees coiled aims tee loss.
December 12, 1925 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE TAKING OF FINGERPRINTS.

THE TAKING OF FINGERPRINTS.

OOO War Loan in trust for his nie.e, Marion Katherine Streatfleld and her children; £l,OOO each to his sisters, Josephine Edith Ismay Gertrude and Muriel; £l,OOO each to his nieces, Rosa Nests Geraldine and Floors; £l,OOO in trust for hi. brother, Arthur
December 21, 1925 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BROADCASTING. PROGRAMMES FOR WEEK END. ELF AST. T»4lay. •—Afternoon talk- •.li—Belfast Radio | Trio; E. J. Harris (solo clarinet). •JM—Children’s

BROADCASTING. PROGRAMMES FOR WEEK END. ELF AST. T»4lay. •—Afternoon talk- •.li—Belfast Radio | Trio; E. J. Harris (solo clarinet). •JM—Children’s

s ” (Traditional). Dorothy Silk (soprano) : ” (Gounod) Sacred Lullaby ” (arr. Liddle); ** Ring Out, Wild Bells” (Gounod). Edith Penville (soio flute): M Italienne ” (Rougnon); “Bluette” (Schutl-Revell); “Schmetterling” (Andersen). 4—The Ortet: “The Bee”
December 19, 1925 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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BROADCASTING

BROADCASTING

Signal from flreetworli end Weather Forecast. 11.0.1.0-The Radio Quartet and Marjorie (soprano, lternard Buck (beriloort. Edith nutttrlt tpiooint 1. Einien (entertain. , 1.0.2.0,ind 4.0.11.0-From Lon-11.0.12.0-Jack llytton's Club Band. 'BIRMINGHAM (iIT)-$7l
December 21, 1925 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
a good dug now, and be very quiet. Conte along, good dog." The annual teemed to nadentand her words, nod

a good dug now, and be very quiet. Conte along, good dog." The annual teemed to nadentand her words, nod

PUNCTVOTE. Returning from wheal the other attenuant. little Edith proudly informed her m in ler that she had karma to punrhuate." Well. dear." said mamma. and how is it dyne!" You see, explained Edith, when yotf write • Hari" poll put a buttpin after it, and
December 19, 1925 - Wicklow People - Wicklow, Wicklow, Republic of Ireland
 
Household Hints.

Household Hints.

By LADY EDITH. THE CHRISTMAS TURKEY. art carving, dee disgrace himself Ihe eyes of his familv and guests. Good carving not. only art but economy, for surprising how far a well carved joint will round c< spared with one ... done. carving
December 5, 1925 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
OLD FLAKE

OLD FLAKE

THE OLD VIC. There are two productions at the Old Vi. that are well worth seeing—" The Merry Wives of Windsor," with Miss Edith Evans as Mistress Fag., and Ciceley Hamilton's Nativity play, "The Child in Flanders." Few plays are given with the artistry
December 29, 1925 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
;114i4SWAY, jiECEMBEit 31, 1925;

;114i4SWAY, jiECEMBEit 31, 1925;

,(Glamorgan) family early yesterday. Sirs. Foste-, who was ill with innuensa, and liar two daughters, Gladys, aged v. and Edith aged 14, were awakened by a crash of g l in the conservatory of their hams in ngbead Arenas. They limit to. investigate and
December 31, 1925 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland