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THE RIGHT HON VISCOUNT HAILSHAM OF HAILSHAM, P.C.

THE RIGHT HON VISCOUNT HAILSHAM OF HAILSHAM, P.C.

ier information from the Local ry, Mr. T. G. Vincent, 80 Grew Candidates' Names. Teachers' Names. Marie B. Smyrell. 78 (Miss Edith Matters. Stewartstown Ruth M. Montgomery. 77 (Princess Gardens School (Miss Meta Galt. L.R.A.M., A.T.C.L.I. Bettie Smith, 77
January 28, 1939 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TRINITY COLLEGE OF MUSIC, LONDON

TRINITY COLLEGE OF MUSIC, LONDON

Jamison. 116 (Miss Cathleen Wright. LT.C.L.I. Sheila Burleigh. SS (Mr. R. Moorhead. F.T.C.L.. Lisburn). Muriel WCarne. (Miss Edith Walton. Stewartstown). Willis WNeilly. $5 (Miss J. Keeling. Susie Nibloek. 93 Miss Eleanor Browns. A.T.C.L.). L. Keenly, Prvt
September 2, 1939 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MIDLAND COUNTIES ADVERTISER. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1939.

MIDLAND COUNTIES ADVERTISER. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1939.

Stories From the Screen. "NURSE EDITH CAVELL." With Hollywood concentrating to a degree on making historical subjects, filmgoers will shortly witness their favourite stars in roles ranging from Queen Elizabeth to Edith Cavell. and from the Hunchback of
October 5, 1939 - Midland Counties Advertiser - Roscrea, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
NATIONAL CERTIFICATE

NATIONAL CERTIFICATE

tikandrett. Debra Topping Year. PASSEB—Mn. Mammon. LeiW► Bradley. Sally Corry. Edith Cos, Eli:. Crowe. Mrs Dawson, Evelyn ram Ella. M. Forsythe. Edith M. Glass. Eileen Graham. Edith Hall. Nan Hanna. Margaret Hodgen. Peggy Hodgen, F.spey E. Hughes. Mrs. Johnst
September 1, 1939 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FLAKE • SHAB • MIXTURE • PLUG • HONEYDEW

FLAKE • SHAB • MIXTURE • PLUG • HONEYDEW

One. EDITH {MONTE (3), 1: Prudent Breaker t 4). 2: John's. Son (2). 3; Clock Guard 4; THII's Pines (1). 6; Strange Os°ice Distance-11.. 31., 31.. 11., 41. Time, 30.90. Betting-9 to 4 Prudent Breaker. 5 to 2 John's Son. 7 to 2 Bell's Pines. to Edith I to
August 22, 1939 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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20 DONEGAL PLACE, BELFAST

20 DONEGAL PLACE, BELFAST

Schools. Physical Training. during the war of 1812. were made from six platforms set at some Gerald Louis Cooper (21), of South Edith Dowling. 11-21—Interval Music. A grandson of Thomas Kaines, a resident distance from each other. America; Sergeant John Frederick
May 8, 1939 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COUNTY DOWN INQUEST.

COUNTY DOWN INQUEST.

the bank has early to-day when fire broke out in an year ended March 31, 1938, states that the Schools. ithysical Training. Edith I reversed its decision. adjoining factory and spread to the British skies again show a tendency to Dowling. 11-25—interval
May 22, 1939 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Leo Carillo (as Joe Carmine) and Edith Fellows (as Winnie Brady) in Columbia’s “City Shadows.’’

Leo Carillo (as Joe Carmine) and Edith Fellows (as Winnie Brady) in Columbia’s “City Shadows.’’

takes away her parents, Edith Is adopted by Carrillo, who surrounds the youngster with an affectionate group composed of a neighbour, her scampish grandson, and bounding little pet dog. The goodnatured Italian wants to see Edith walk and romp with other
January 16, 1939 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
CELTIC PARK RESULTS

CELTIC PARK RESULTS

Edith Bror.te’s Sucosss in Sandown Sweepstakes Fastest in the three heals the Sweepstakes at Celtic Park last night was .the 30.9t’ Edith Bronte, who beat Prudent 1 breaker by a length in the first. The Larne three-year-old. however
August 22, 1939 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
some of my more intimate friends when I came upon them slumping their heads upon their shoulders. Not very welcome

some of my more intimate friends when I came upon them slumping their heads upon their shoulders. Not very welcome

Mexico”—Anne Beaton. 11-o—For the Schools: Physical Training—Edith Dowling. 11-20—Interval Music. 11-25—History in the Making: ’’The King of Canada’ —Frank Birch. 11-45—Physical Training: Edith Dowling. 12-o—"Dust.’’ by W. Graeme- Holder. 12-30—8.8. C.
May 9, 1939 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland