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VERDICT OP WILFUL MURDUt (SPBOIiL TBLBO&AM.)

VERDICT OP WILFUL MURDUt (SPBOIiL TBLBO&AM.)

She did net for moot, ate arid Neither did Edith touch that meat. There wte ana to ant It exoset Edith, ate mm in the house hot the witness, tte deceased. Witnem saw tte alenk fryingpan in the kitchen. Edith heim rim them. Too did not what ate mas deing
September 15, 1911 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IRISH WOLFHOUNDS

IRISH WOLFHOUNDS

Bitch-1, Mrs. Edith Cattle —Hawthorn Keady; 2, Mr. Thomas O'Connor L- imit, Bitch-1 and certificate, Mn. Edith Caddo—Hawthorn Fintoaa; 2, Mrs. Edith Cattle—Maldive!, Keady; 3, Mr. Thomas O'Consor—Scoillin. - Open, Bitch-1, Mrs. Edith Cottle—Hawthorn
September 19, 1935 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
K»lUom Kua. Onlwsy. UUi. Out, FmrU. Muklin. Rook. InaliHa' Nancy Smart. Folkaateaa. ;^cSa>»D*. Uaaul, UaH. Btaut, Finrklcy. Amur R. Claif,

K»lUom Kua. Onlwsy. UUi. Out, FmrU. Muklin. Rook. InaliHa' Nancy Smart. Folkaateaa. ;^cSa>»D*. Uaaul, UaH. Btaut, Finrklcy. Amur R. Claif,

Gertrude Williams. Clement's Inn. Edith Rigby, Preston. Barbara Duval. Wandsworth. Nora Duval. Wandsworth. Victor Duval. Wandsworth. Elsia Duval, Wandsworth. John Young. Grcystoks place. Chatter lane. Margaret man. Hampstead. Edith Mercy Andrews, Hove. ••Lai’*
November 22, 1911 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A 'TALE OF SHANGHAI. (H, BYRNE HACKETT.)

A 'TALE OF SHANGHAI. (H, BYRNE HACKETT.)

mud» out 'E. Neilsen.' Your nmnie is V. hot let too remind you that ' btaials fur 'Edith.'" THE DESERTED HOU %E. Neilsen hurried b..ck to the house. 110 called to Edith. There was uo answer. 110 shouted for thu servants. No ore replied. Thn .musc was empty
March 9, 1929 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
POLICE INSPECTOII EVIDENCE.

POLICE INSPECTOII EVIDENCE.

'senses and the. knew Flom .1411 had tatted Edith to visa her, and it was then that Murray met Edith .t t h e hue. in Clapham Common. M 0 ". 7 wile any for a tans in September. and sr, d, ntly married Edith during that time. We ,Id net home. said the
August 22, 1912 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
EVIDENCE CALLED.

EVIDENCE CALLED.

affected all the memhera of the famile for the pact twelve months or mere. The relatione between Edith and Mancmrei were thoae of creel affection, and Edith waa when she heard that her water was to come Lancaster Castle m bocaelreeper. Be Marrarefe death
October 28, 1911 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FISCAL REFORM.

FISCAL REFORM.

been displeased with Edith U t^t!! u , & the mid there was no ill-feeling between the and daughter. Apart from these Utile differences were they affectionate terms father and daughter ought be? Oh, yes: thought d«J of flu «M Edith c*d tea. wl.wjrw rciUmt
October 6, 1911 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MASONIC FEMALE OAPNAN SCHOOL.

MASONIC FEMALE OAPNAN SCHOOL.

Margaret A. P. Crawford, Ldna A. D. Daviee, Edith M. Dvmond. Margaret M. Gamble. Evelyn X. Hadden, Sarah J. Edith B. Knox. Iha A. Lee, Honor H. McDowell. Beatrice B. Menary. Kathleen Newton. Helen K. Peliaaier. Edith I. Pollard. Kathleen W. Siaer. Marjorie
December 3, 1919 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WHOLESALE WINDOWSMASBING.

WHOLESALE WINDOWSMASBING.

Williams, Clement's Inn. Edith Rigby, Preston. Barbara Duval, Wandsworth. Nora Decal. Wandsworth. Victor Duval. Wandsworth. Elsie Duval. Wandsworth. John Young. Greystoke place, Chatter lane. Margaret Waltman, Hampstead. Edith Mercy Andrews, Hove. "Lal"
November 25, 1911 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
jacket he always wore on home occasions. Very handsome he > fi

jacket he always wore on home occasions. Very handsome he > fi

party >p . .. It l ..' h,5 1 Aunt Ange Tis bringing. Hhe's going toc.fi l , ow . n lher liad waited for [or ITerself, at nine. Edith said aha news of his arrival in this world, and it tbou|()lt W ere annoyed at our dining so , | h had waited several „ * J
January 5, 1929 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland