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PASS.

PASS.

Whitehead. Miss K. Dorman, LR.A.11.1. Muriel Richardson (Miss Tackaberry, Dungannonl. Margaret Haveron (Mies B. WConnelt, Larne). Edith Denimlly (Mrs. G. Waugh) Eileen Drumard (Larne Schoo: of Music, Mrs. M. Munchen). Hannah Y. Fultcn I Miss M. H Laird). Kathleen
June 15, 1931 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
531 m. (565 kc.).

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slots. THE EPISODE OF AZELIA TO THE FOREST SPIRIT DON’T think Edith’s going the right way to work,” said Laura, when she noticed the very severe way Edith was teaching Azelia to eat aud read. Edith took her duties seriously, and kept firm hand on the visitor
February 21, 1935 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
INSTITUTED 1872.

INSTITUTED 1872.

Breen. Ki'coo). Nancy Scott. 91 (Kra Whales School of Music, Miss Cathleen Wright. L.T.C.L.). William Turner. 90 (Miss Edith George). Edith Jenkins. 89 (Miss E. Magee). Nafra . Johnston. 89 (Mrs. Whale's School of Music: Miss Cu bleen Wright, L.T.C.L.).
September 5, 1936 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
AZELIA

AZELIA

Part 5 EDITH’S PHOTOGRAPH "ITTHERE’S Edith, Azel a?” asked Laura timidly, for Edith usually stuck to Azelia like a burr. her white skin,” sighed Azelia. Edith’s heart hard and white, hut all you rot nice soft black heartss like mine. When Azclia
February 22, 1935 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LYNDON Or NIGH CLIFFS. :SER DB

LYNDON Or NIGH CLIFFS. :SER DB

stunned. And in stocky silence Joe eventually weal home with Edith. " Of mares, you're ashamed of me sow," he muttered; bat there was no trace of complaint in his tone, only a cold resignshon. But Edith shook her head. Her eyes were red with weeping, but she
December 31, 1932 - Drogheda Argus and Leinster Journal - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
Below is given the usual half-yearly list of successful candidates and their teachers in Practical Music subjects, Elocution, and Theory of Music, also Diplomas in these subjects, at the Examinations held in The Assembly's Hall, Belfast, in April, May, June, and July, 1937. The Music Examiners were—Sir R. R. Terry, Mus.D.; Mr. G. Egerton Lowe, Dr. James Lyon, Mr. Albert MaHinson, Dr. William Lovelock, and Mr. G. Elocution was Mr. Gilbert Hudson.

Below is given the usual half-yearly list of successful candidates and their teachers in Practical Music subjects, Elocution, and Theory of Music, also Diplomas in these subjects, at the Examinations held in The Assembly's Hall, Belfast, in April, May, June, and July, 1937. The Music Examiners were—Sir R. R. Terry, Mus.D.; Mr. G. Egerton Lowe, Dr. James Lyon, Mr. Albert MaHinson, Dr. William Lovelock, and Mr. G. Elocution was Mr. Gilbert Hudson.

Dunwomike. Ballenahinol 1. PASS. Morton. A.T.C.L, (Elocution) (Yrs. pearl N•Neeiseit, (Hr , J. H. Neekrstsey, Edith Jenkins. (Mae E. pages). Edith Y. Down's. 78 (Miss Let.. Miller. Mlles X. I. Wllroy, HolYwood). L.T.C.L.(. • P. Duncan, A.T.C.L.). per Miss
September 4, 1937 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CASE OF HOUSEMAID. "ENTICEMENT" ACTION IN HIGH COURT. COUNSEL AND KIDNAPPING. TENTH COMMANDIEST QUOTED• Two neighbours and a housemaid figured

CASE OF HOUSEMAID. "ENTICEMENT" ACTION IN HIGH COURT. COUNSEL AND KIDNAPPING. TENTH COMMANDIEST QUOTED• Two neighbours and a housemaid figured

Stretch saw Mrs, him again and said: "Why not have Edith in and let her choose to whom she will go? Mrs. Sim refused to do that or even to allow Mrs. Stretch to see Edith. Finally Mrs. Sim wrote that "for Edith's sake she might go to the Stretches." her lette
February 19, 1935 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
“ A VERY FORTUNATE MAN ”

“ A VERY FORTUNATE MAN ”

charge of conspiring with another man not in custody to obtain fraudulently from Lady Edith Franklin £3OO, and from Mary Mason and also certain securities. Lady Edith Franklin said that she was told by Henderson’s representative, Mr. E. Johnson, that he
October 5, 1934 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
- wnv hasn't the other man—the real 7 —come - forward? " Joe asked himself again , and again. But

- wnv hasn't the other man—the real 7 —come - forward? " Joe asked himself again , and again. But

And in stony silence Joe eventually went home with Edith. " Of course, you're ashamed el' me now," he muttered; but there was no trace of complaint in his tone, only • cold resigna• tion. But Edith shook her bead. Her eyes were red with weeping, but
December 26, 1931 - Meath Herald and Cavan Advertiser - Kells, Meath, Republic of Ireland
 
NONET TO LEND.

NONET TO LEND.

- Mrs. Moore . Wasson . 'B7 (Mr. T . .. 1. M. Ken) . 17 BRIDGE STREET. BELFAST.PearI Ferguson 80 Miss Jones). reMunehen). Edith M. Hunter, A.T.C.L. Mr, James Dann. 'sob& E. Btewart, 86 (Princess Gardens School: Robert Gourley...ll (Miss M'Alister, Lame)
August 24, 1932 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland