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STOWAWAY NAY WED SEAMAN ROMANCE OF RUsSIAN GIRL.

STOWAWAY NAY WED SEAMAN ROMANCE OF RUsSIAN GIRL.

were urgently telephoned for. and the waiting crowd was eventually induced to disperse. The dressing-room of "Rose Marie" (Edith Day) nes inundated with flowers. fruit, ■nd other tokens of public appreciation of her. Miss Day, when seen by a Press Association
March 28, 1927 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern 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
 
Household Hints. r.v LADY EDITH ChMM Omttota. ANSWERS TO Ingredients—O. > and half tableapooftfula grated Parmesan rheese, a little mustard.

Household Hints. r.v LADY EDITH ChMM Omttota. ANSWERS TO Ingredients—O. > and half tableapooftfula grated Parmesan rheese, a little mustard.

Household Hints. r.v LADY EDITH ChMM Omttota. ANSWERS TO Ingredients—O. > and half tableapooftfula grated Parmesan rheese, a little mustard. Method—Mix the mustard a tablespoonful uar:u water before adding it to the eggs. When the omelet begins set. sprinkle
March 12, 1927 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
IRISH NIGHT

IRISH NIGHT

Mr. C. J. BRENNAN, B.Mus.. City Ortaniat. VOCALISTS—Miia EDITH YOUNG anil Mr. W. B. CORDON. DANCES by PUPILS MISS ROSE IRWIN. UILLEAN PIPE SELECTIONS by Mr. R. L. O'MEALY. Accompanist -Mr. JACK M KCOWN. A.R.C.O. Admission (inc. las), ONE SHILLING
March 16, 1927 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LAST LUCK NOW SURVIVOR.

LAST LUCK NOW SURVIVOR.

SURVIVOR. WOMAN WHO DIED IN CANADA. NELSON 8.C.). Tueaday.—Tbe death has takes piece here at the age of 76 of Mrs. Charlotte Edith Henderson Cleland, who is believed to be the last survivor o( the siege of Um-know, which she went through as a child. fibs
March 15, 1927 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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DAVENTRT

DAVENTRT

The Daventry Quartet and Dorothy Penn (soprano), Gilbert Slater (baritone), Dorothy Chalmers (violin). 11-48 (app.)—John and Edith Delaney (duets). It-B—Concert continned. I—f—London1 —f—London (I—Time signal). 2-88— London. 7-18—Birmingham. 7-48—London
March 2, 1927 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
011r0 Ope• 1010 lc 6 Today.

011r0 Ope• 1010 lc 6 Today.

DUBLIN. MOUNTIOY SCHOOL ,‘TIILETIC CI.I GRAND CONCERT, ARBRY LECTURE HAM LOWER ABBEY bTREET. MADAM ROREL. RIM AI.TON. MPH EDITH MORTIER. MR. T. W. HALL. MR. CHRIS BRETON. rierA- .1 1 11 1.1.150," r" d t:7lr FRI DAY NEXT. 7.30 MORAN'S HOTEL. DANCING TO-NIGHT
March 30, 1927 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
11011 lILLFAST BTATIOS,

11011 lILLFAST BTATIOS,

lILLFAST BTATIOS, 418— Vot'ul Interlude istilict I row traltui. 142—French awl Belgian Musk I Tb• Station (Irrlge.tris. $4-111.m Edith t'. Murphy: Tali. 541—'1 be Clitklren'. 14-4-3,—Losmlcm Plogrmortne relayed Irmo oat *4o Ise r I oreess.t• • 7-tS—S.H. 'purl
March 28, 1927 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MARRIAGES.

MARRIAGES.

Mitchell, B.A. 8.D., Ldmund vounger son oi' the late John Greer, and Mrs. Greer, Megarity. Anna mo re, County Armagh, to Mary Edith Copeland, B.A.Sch., T.C.D., second daughter of the late John Copeland and Mrs. Copeland, M estmount, Sewtownards. At home—Belfast
March 4, 1927 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ONLY TWO BURVIYORB.

ONLY TWO BURVIYORB.

EVENING SERVICE Magnificat Weat in E flat. Jecu, icy «f men - * deairing Bach. Hall Gladdening Light Martin. Scloiat: Misa EDITH De PAULEY.
March 5, 1927 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland