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BELFAST JUNIOR ALLIANCE.

BELFAST JUNIOR ALLIANCE.

n’s special correspondent). Mrs. Guedalla played championship golf for many years as Miss Edith Leitch, and she is the eldest of the four famous sisters, Edith Cecil, May. and Peggy, daughters of Silloth doctor. Of these sisters Miss Cecil Leitch won
October 8, 1927 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST—tBE. (SSOkt. JW.Im.)

BELFAST—tBE. (SSOkt. JW.Im.)

2o—Mr. Kingsley Martin (2) (from Manchester) , IM-\ programme by wireless favourites (from London) : Kate Winter, soprano; Edith Kurmedpe, contralto; Sydney Coltham, tenor: Dale Smith, baritone; Solloway, violin; Cedric Sharpe, ’cello; and Maurice Cole
November 16, 1927 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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Manchester myst•rious hunts tragedy at Leigh Mace, Ardwick. The victims. were Mild. iltaadize (a). Winifred Staadirt tfi. Edith Gibbous (17). stepsister of the lot two. sad Mrs. Mary Conner ({Q, a ledger in the Muse. MI four were fouaddeed is the room
October 29, 1927 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
EX-ARMY OFFICER %HOT.

EX-ARMY OFFICER %HOT.

the village of Wateringbury, on the Maidstone-Tonbridge road. One of the two front hedroonis was oerupied by the rook, Alm. Edith Whit• field, who saved her life by jumping from her window. In the oilier were the child and his nurse, Mine Weekes, aged fiftyfive
October 19, 1927 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Bitumen Fumes Suspected.

Bitumen Fumes Suspected.

fumes believed to have been caused by smouldering bitumen round an electric cable. The victims were : —Mrs. Mary Connor (48), Edith Gibbons (17), and her two halfsisters, Winifred Standish (12) and Hilda Standish (8). MOTHER SERIOUSLY ILL. Mrs, Connor, who
October 26, 1927 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BROADCASTING.

BROADCASTING.

irk: Wroitter Eurreout. 3.3o—tiodem•a Motor Werke Ruud. Edith Itirmeite (rotilrottol, Sydney (1,00.1. Kathleen fortel. I.46—Edith 3.66—Sydney Mt ham. 4.6—Band. 4.26—KatWren Lona. 4.40-11aml. 4.s6—Edith Furowa!gr. 1.2 Colthem. I.lo—Band. 1.204.30—T31r. from
September 24, 1927 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
'SENIORS' nIIZE LIST.

'SENIORS' nIIZE LIST.

Langur; Jamcs Catolin Sackett, St. Mark Dundela; Mon. M'Murvay, 76.5. St. Luke's; Agnes Jefferson, 16.5. Catheairtl. Lisburn; Edith Gordon 76, littoim; Ain.reir Saulteii, 75.2, St. buke's ; John Watson. 73, All Saints'. Smoii4 , —Jos. Gilliland. 73. All Saints'
July 7, 1927 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
EXTIRPATING COMMUNISM DRASTIC METHODS.

EXTIRPATING COMMUNISM DRASTIC METHODS.

Atkinson. Girls’ senior 100 yards—l. Trueman; 2, Alexa Woods; 3, Winnie Graoey. Girls* junior 100 yards—l, Maggie Bleakney; 2, Edith Barber; 3, May Heney. Boys* preparatory and kindergarten, yards—l, George Dougan; 2. Ronnie Wilson; 3. Willie Acheson. Girls*
July 2, 1927 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE BANK BUILDINGS

THE BANK BUILDINGS

Scottish National Players. , BELFAST. Transmitter, 2BE; Wave, 306.1 metres; Kilocycle, 960. •12—1—The Daventry Quartet.;. Edith Mary Coates (contralto), Maurice Bannister (tenor) (London). 2-30—Broadcast to Schools (London). 3-15—4-30 —London. 4-30—-Fred
October 3, 1927 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
B.SC. 10NOU18 LIST.

B.SC. 10NOU18 LIST.

Frederick J. Dempsey, Ellen M.C. Jackson, Gerard P. I M'Closkey. Licentiate in Dental Surgery—Agnes M. Beal, Robert A. Tate, Edith 'Wallace. Higbu Diploma in Education—Flonnee R. S. Adams, Henry J. F. Bingham, Sarah E. Boyd, Dorothy E. Buchanan, Margaret
July 8, 1927 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland