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TRINITY COLLEGE OF MUSIC,

TRINITY COLLEGE OF MUSIC,

George Smith. Ethel 1 ± Brown (864 Solo Sioaina—Hiss Edith Nora Baird. L.8..A.M. Kathleen Beatrice Forrest (801—Nies Naysle Laird. Eva Gardiner tatn—Miaa A. Etteveneon. Netta Green (80)—Mien Edith Greene. Madge Hansa 100)—Mr..las. Kathleen Whalley (801—
June 12, 1926 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SATURDAY. 'AUEBUST 14. 1926 17' grandMr-1M f foal by Pucka Sahlb—Wlnde3l Mr. J. 100 Property Oresdair—B in, aged, by :Vied—Queen

SATURDAY. 'AUEBUST 14. 1926 17' grandMr-1M f foal by Pucka Sahlb—Wlnde3l Mr. J. 100 Property Oresdair—B in, aged, by :Vied—Queen

and both rounds were decided. LADY EDITH'S GOOD WIN. From a good start only inches separated Mavourneen, Kismet, Espanola, Lady Edith as they reached through the pier ends, with Carib* bringing up the rear. Lady Edith was the first to reach the S. Bar
August 14, 1926 - Sport (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
4 COMPLETE STORY. t i ;, t`' b; The Ghost of the Black Pit All that Sunday morning there had

4 COMPLETE STORY. t i ;, t`' b; The Ghost of the Black Pit All that Sunday morning there had

trees Bend down thy touch to meet; The clover-blossoms in the grass Rise up to kiss thy feet"? Had not he also thought of his Edith throughout the servke, and througout the sermon, and was he not now standing by her side, in the old churchyard, that to him
September 23, 1926 - Ballymoney Free Press and Northern Counties Advertiser - Ballymoney, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
(311& 111111€8).

(311& 111111€8).

Pavilion, Margate, Murray Ashford, Walter Barker, Clay Thomas. Edith Faulkner, Rosa Rey, Joan Moths, and Richard Hammett: at the maw: Sydney Jerome. The Compaay: "Smile Awhile (Alkyls); Joe. Morns, Edith Faulkner aad Richard Hassetti trio . , "Oh Boy, What a
September 10, 1926 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
By LADY EDITH.

By LADY EDITH.

the fruit is set. “Egg Poacher.”—Would correspondent kindly leave her egg-poacher tho “News Letter’ office for Lady Edith. Lady Edith would be better able to help her if she eaw the poacher. For “Economy'* (continued from last week). Pishes made from
November 6, 1926 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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A WELSH HEROINE.

A WELSH HEROINE.

Finchley, Middlesex, on Christmas Eve. Edith Bouldcrston9 came from Wales to act maid to the household of relative, Mr. J. C. Bouldcrstonc. Mr. and Mrs. Bouldcrstoiio wont out on Friday afternoon, leaving Edith in charge of their three little children
December 27, 1926 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
YACHTING

YACHTING

and Lady Edith carried jib hes. start was made at 2.50, and was first through the line a few in front of Lady Edith, and Mr 30 secs. ahead of Kismet, the . the port tack, while the others the starboard. The tinting came round the S. Bar buoy Edith, 3h. 9m
June 19, 1926 - Sport (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LONDON (2LO. 365 METRES).

LONDON (2LO. 365 METRES).

harp, and string quartet (Ravel). 9—Light items: the Station orchestra; Edith James (songs at the piano) (S.B. from Birmingham) ; the orchestra: overture, Raymond ” (Thomas) ; Edith James, Wonderful Girl (Gallatly), Periodicals (Newman and Charles) ; the
April 19, 1926 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LONDON-SUNDAY,

LONDON-SUNDAY,

Wondforde-Finders). by re. Quest. Edith Funsedge (contralto): "Ombra, Mai En" ("Serge") (Handel). The Orchestra: &election, "Madame Butter("" (Pacewl.i Albert Sandler (solo violinl: "Ave WeFill" (Bach-Gounod ) . Edith Furmedire: "Praise' To the Lord"
February 27, 1926 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
METHODIST COLLEGE PRIZE LIST

METHODIST COLLEGE PRIZE LIST

Com. Sc. Edith E. Thompson —Licentiate Dental Surgery. . . The following passed examination fur Degrees:— James S. Allen. MM. Anderson, E. C. Atkinson. Myrtle C. Black, Acne*, M. Nicholas Breene, Elizabeth G. Brownlee. William W. Bruce. Edith M. Cairns
December 22, 1926 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland