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TBINITY COLLEGE OF MUSIC.

TBINITY COLLEGE OF MUSIC.

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June 17, 1927 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DEATH OF MISS EDITH COLE.

DEATH OF MISS EDITH COLE.

DEATH OF MISS EDITH COLE. RESULT OF BURNING ACCIDENT. Mrs. W. W. Kelly, who was known oa the stage as His Edith Cole, wife Mr. W. W. Kelly, Imam and manager of the Shakespeare Theatre, Liverpool, died yesterday as the result of injuries received en May
June 8, 1927 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
EDITH COLE'S TRAGIC DEATH. GALLANT SHIP'S OFFICER. PITNETIC tiTORT AT The bravery of Mr. John Stephen Glendinning, second officer of

EDITH COLE'S TRAGIC DEATH. GALLANT SHIP'S OFFICER. PITNETIC tiTORT AT The bravery of Mr. John Stephen Glendinning, second officer of

EDITH COLE'S TRAGIC DEATH. GALLANT SHIP'S OFFICER. PITNETIC tiTORT AT The bravery of Mr. John Stephen Glendinning, second officer of the as Antonia, in dashing to the rescue of Miss Edith Cole, the talented actress. when her clothing took fire whilst
June 9, 1927 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FIFTH ROUND.

FIFTH ROUND.

BelLaghy, county Derry. Muriel Helen Griliam, daughter of the late James Smith Graham, commercial traveller, formerly of Dublin. Edith Lucy Horsborough, daughter of the late Robert Horsborough, landsteward, formerly of Abbeyleis, Queen's County. • Annie Margaret
June 9, 1927 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
CLIFTONVILLE CAPTAIN S PRIZE.

CLIFTONVILLE CAPTAIN S PRIZE.

and in the junior class Miss Eileen M’Gladery and Miss Edith M'Crladery, with net scores 81 each, contested the match play final, which the result was:— Semi-final—Mrs. Dempsey (16) beat Miss Edith M'Gladery (36)~2 and 1. Mrs. Brand (21) beat Miss Eileen
June 10, 1927 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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CARROLL’S t' /BAR TOBACCO

CARROLL’S t' /BAR TOBACCO

dict ° { death lroa « heart Wlwavs “lowed to remain undisturbed,’ and so wiser, and more in accord- ln ?. uest ° “rs. Edith Kelly (Edith with the spirit of the Saint to carry the actress), wife f Councillor W. . "here, where it -:'s safe from nil possible
June 10, 1927 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
A CURL FOR

A CURL FOR

Bellagby, County Derry. Muriel Helen Graham, daughter of the, late James Smith Graham, commercial traveller. formerly of Dublin. Edith Lucy Honborough, daughter of the late Robert Itoraborough, land-steward, tormanly of AbbeyleizAueen's County. Annie Margaret
June 7, 1927 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Miss EDITH McKEOWN, 40 Seymour Street, in her first Piano Examination, held by Trinity College, London, scored 88% of the

Miss EDITH McKEOWN, 40 Seymour Street, in her first Piano Examination, held by Trinity College, London, scored 88% of the

Miss EDITH McKEOWN, 40 Seymour Street, in her first Piano Examination, held by Trinity College, London, scored 88% of the total marks. This clever little lady is a pupil of the CONVENT, • • SH M • LISBURN.
June 10, 1927 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LONDON (»LO. 365 METRES).

LONDON (»LO. 365 METRES).

Irish songs). 9 * a . news ; local announcements. 9.20 Topical talk. 9.35 Edith Bartlett (soprano) t. 49 (app.)-"The Prince of Painters, by Constance D’Arcy Machay. If (app.)—Edith Bartlett. 10.10-13 lance music: Lou Raderman and his Orchestra, from the
June 1, 1927 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BALLICIARL GOLF ( LI 11

BALLICIARL GOLF ( LI 11

members the Ladies’ Branch above club played oft. * ftag competition, for the cup Mrs. K. C. Kirkpatrick. The winner was ,M iss Edith Ross, who reached the 17th green, and the runner was Miss Ida Chapman. During the afternoon Mrs. Hadden was home members of
June 25, 1927 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland