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ASNOTT’S I

ASNOTT’S I

being Kosyth. ELECTRICAL BROADCASTING. PROGRAMMES FOR TO DAY. BELFAST—2BE. (980 kc. 306.1 m.) ta-d—The Daven try Quartet; Edith Mary Coates (contralto) ; Maurice Bannister (tenor) (London programme, relayed from Daveutry). Broadcast to schools (London
October 3, 1927 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. SATURDAY. AUGUST 6. 1927,

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. SATURDAY. AUGUST 6. 1927,

outbreak of the Great War. a memorial service has been held on the flower-carpeted moraine 7,CKh! feet up at the base of Mount Edith Cavell. The idea for the memorial church has grown out this ai oual pilgrimage and service. Th© design of the church is based
August 6, 1927 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TUE FIRST SWALLOW.

TUE FIRST SWALLOW.

was unstinted in its applause. The programme was ■greesbly seated, excellent vocalism being supplied by Madam Bore!, Miss Edith Mortior, and Mr. T. W. Hall. Madam Rotel sang with all her accustomed charm, and did particularly well in " Will n' the Wisp
April 2, 1927 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ANNUAL SHOW AND SALE OF BULLS

ANNUAL SHOW AND SALE OF BULLS

the solo of which was j gliding hitherto. She was a pioneer Guide , transm itt-3d 30,000 signals per second, so taken Miss Edith Boyd, of Bailjmena, they i n Antrim, and they were ve y grate, ul '' her iat ha<l on y be accelerated tenfold to acquitted
March 4, 1927 - Ballymena Observer - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
QUEEN’S UNIVERSITY. BELFAST^

QUEEN’S UNIVERSITY. BELFAST^

Kennedy. Second Class —Dorothy I. Maco* nachic. Honours School of Modem languages (French and German)—First Class Hcnours— Edith V. Chambers, Fanny T. R. O’Ncdl. Th'rd Claes Honours —Annie A, Corson, Sara Dewart, Henry Emcreon, Elsio M'Guffin, Jane Stormonth
July 9, 1927 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DISTINCTIVE

DISTINCTIVE

April IGh to 14th, 1928. are MADAM DENSE PARKER and SIR RICHARD TERRY. f..r th e Vocai and Instrumental tempetitiona; MISS EDITH MATHEWS fur . Re c it a ti o n in English: MR. JOSEPH REDMOND, Dublin, for the Irish, and MR. JAMES MURPHY, Dublin, for tha
November 5, 1927 - Sligo Independent - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
PRESBYTERY OF ROUTE.

PRESBYTERY OF ROUTE.

Ballymoney Model; Sarah Camas, Oanaby; Elisabeth WElheron, Ruth WElheron, and Margaret Johnston, Tullybane; J. Thompson and Edith Jameson, Ballymoney Model; Greta M'Mnllan, Derrykeighan; Martha Stephenson, Ballymoney Model; Ellen Conolly, Derrykeighan;
April 14, 1927 - Ballymoney Free Press and Northern Counties Advertiser - Ballymoney, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Sunday.

Sunday.

3.38 —Military band concert the Wireless Military Band; Edith Furmedge, contralto; and James Chiug, pianist. S.l5 —Michael Sadlier reading poetry by S. T. Coleridge, Matthew Arnold, and Swinburne. ft.ftft’ft ■ Children’s service, conducted by
August 20, 1927 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
UNFENCED RAVINE.

UNFENCED RAVINE.

Distaace-2104 miler. Start-11.30 a.m. araerre.-I.albea. Nroteli (11tktard Lady Edith, 5 errs. per lade (JnAR aced); Vern. sand per mile (Jetta H. Semen). Start. Llama Lady Edith Verve Ist Rood.Cor. Tien. Leoneioinser) Lady &Mk (and) 3 0 48 4 31 5 Vireo HILAND
July 9, 1927 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Movements of Whits Star Liners.

Movements of Whits Star Liners.

ls—The Children’s Hour: Songs by p.,vid Wilson ; pianoforte solos and story T. 0. Corrin. programme, r 30—Weather and news. S^B—Edith Pen% die (flute) (S.B. Londgp). 7—Eye witness acconnt the international s<xiation football match, Ireland T. Eng;:d, Belfast
October 22, 1927 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland