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BROADCASTING.

BROADCASTING.

Fordenaills, Ert:o -14a • Verista(Tabt" tra. (Mentor,, . ..IttreTricur! lety. "Join Liko a *own " (A Trifle) (h. Cantos)! Edith Van Rypen. Melly Allen ser vant, Tan twee. J. J. Henry: Annie, thri• servant, like* Clare. Rune—A Room in IVAN'S Flat. 6.111—"
November 19, 1927 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FRANCE'S EDITH CAVELL MEMORIAL LNVEILLI► AT LILLE. THRILLIN6 WAR SERVICE. ORGANISED INFORIATION 181 RE(II. (By arrangement with London "k:xprcsa") LILLE.

FRANCE'S EDITH CAVELL MEMORIAL LNVEILLI► AT LILLE. THRILLIN6 WAR SERVICE. ORGANISED INFORIATION 181 RE(II. (By arrangement with London "k:xprcsa") LILLE.

FRANCE'S EDITH CAVELL MEMORIAL LNVEILLI► AT LILLE. THRILLIN6 WAR SERVICE. ORGANISED INFORIATION 181 RE(II. (By arrangement with London "k:xprcsa") LILLE. Sunduy.—A tnouument in memory ot Louise Bcttiunie•. the "Edith Covell ot France," was unveiled to-day
November 14, 1927 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Adit, of the General Electric Co., Ltd. Bellasl Branch: 9115, Queen Street.

Adit, of the General Electric Co., Ltd. Bellasl Branch: 9115, Queen Street.

domestic servant, Edith Elizabeth Rolfe, and with robbery with violence from her; also with committing burglary at on his way to Freshwater, and stealing raincoat, cap, and bicvole value at .£B, the property of Mr. C. \V. Cooke. Miss Edith Emily Rolfe, High
November 21, 1927 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Urea aad District.

Urea aad District.

was afterwards gone through to which the following contributed - - Pianoforte duet, the Misses Michael ; recitation, Miss Edith M'Cishon chorus, •' The Road to the Isles," by 13 children. Miss Edmundson emiductor ; recitation, Miss Irene M'Calion; duet
November 17, 1927 - Ballymoney Free Press and Northern Counties Advertiser - Ballymoney, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST POSSESSION CASE.

BELFAST POSSESSION CASE.

in question, and the defendants were the executors of a Miss Edith Weir, who at the time of her death held the house as a weekly tenant at 7s per week. It wss term of the tenancy that Edith Weir should not underlet, assign or part with possession the
November 3, 1927 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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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
 
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
 
BROADCASTING. The Prince of Wales. BELFAST. Wave, 306.1 Metres; Kilocycle, 980. f-30—Transmission to Schools (London). Evensong, from Westminster Abbey (London).

BROADCASTING. The Prince of Wales. BELFAST. Wave, 306.1 Metres; Kilocycle, 980. f-30—Transmission to Schools (London). Evensong, from Westminster Abbey (London).

4—The Astoria Orchestra (London). 4-15—Mr. J. C. Squire (London). 4-30 —Dance Music, relayed from the Piaza, Belfast. s—Miss Edith Murphy: “Unique Places and Customs of Ulster.’ 8-15—Children. 6 —London. 0-30 Weather and news (London). 6-4 S—The Daventry
November 10, 1927 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
E32rWARD LEAR (copyright volume), wotn, New Edith , * shieh 1. added A Mervitly &wavered SW earept In a limstrd

E32rWARD LEAR (copyright volume), wotn, New Edith , * shieh 1. added A Mervitly &wavered SW earept In a limstrd

E32rWARD LEAR (copyright volume), wotn, New Edith , * shieh 1. added A Mervitly &wavered SW earept In a limstrd rAilioa. big, lb * 7, gat.
November 25, 1927 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
By EDITH M. ALMEDINGEN. dinner hour. Soup, fish (never any meat) and fruit in three spotlessly clean white bowls, placed

By EDITH M. ALMEDINGEN. dinner hour. Soup, fish (never any meat) and fruit in three spotlessly clean white bowls, placed

By EDITH M. ALMEDINGEN. dinner hour. Soup, fish (never any meat) and fruit in three spotlessly clean white bowls, placed on a carved wooden tray, would be brought into your room by a lay brother. ‘'Eat that Christ may send you healththe monk would bow
November 22, 1927 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland