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"Mad Telegiapii" Photographs supplied at the toll:urn. retest-- Clamc. anted lionwed POCCAGS rub 1.1 , ..u.tt1id bil , nntal I

"Mad Telegiapii" Photographs supplied at the toll:urn. retest-- Clamc. anted lionwed POCCAGS rub 1.1 , ..u.tt1id bil , nntal I

id e lid e Ifs 13 5/9 11/4 Bd Id GASH WITH ORDER BRITAIN TO STOP EIRE PARCELS. ORDER NEXT MONTH WILL END GIFT RACKET. Dr. EDITH SUNIMERSKILL announced in the Commons that the Government have decided that from January 1 next private imports to Britain
December 1, 1949 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BY ‘‘SKIMMER.”

BY ‘‘SKIMMER.”

Rasharkin. Co. Antrim. Matron’s Prize for best allround third year student nurse of the year 1949; —Student Nurse Florence Edith Allen. 109 King’s Road. Knock. Belfast. Sister Tutor’s Prise for best student nurse the preliminary training school. 1949—Male
December 1, 1949 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
IN MEMORIAM

IN MEMORIAM

br:oved husband and our dear daddy, Jaw who died Ist December, insult of an accident.—Remembered by his iov- me Wife and Family. Edith klawhinney. Tudor Place. Ms absence unspeakable sorrow loving memory of my dear husband. Joni, K. Mnicsis who departed this
December 1, 1949 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LATEST NEWS

LATEST NEWS

quarter time—Shelbourne, 1; Tram, port, I. Lester equalised, II minutes. BRITISH BAN ON GIFT PARCELS la the Commons. .Dr. Edith ' immenEill announced that the Cm. eminent have decider) that front January 1, 1950, private import! from the Irish Republic
November 30, 1949 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
OVT. PUTS AN END TO FOOD PARCELS FROM EIRE RACKET

OVT. PUTS AN END TO FOOD PARCELS FROM EIRE RACKET

Will be seized after Jan. 1 whether gifts or not DR. Edith announced in the C'ommona that the it have decided that from January 1 next private imports to Britain from the Irish Republic of certain categories
November 30, 1949 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BRITISH BAN ENDS.

BRITISH BAN ENDS.

agent, and tributes were also paid by Mr. NiQuigg (Coleraine surveyor) and Mr. Chambers. CREMATED WITH STUFFED CANARY Mrs. Edith Lalande Patterson, of Cookham Village (Berksl, whose 4:4.830 will is published to-day, &reeled that she should cremated "together
November 30, 1949 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
C.LE. DRIVER ON TRIAL FOR TRAVELLER’S DEATH

C.LE. DRIVER ON TRIAL FOR TRAVELLER’S DEATH

Ford car. a«ked the man his name and the man. who had some difficulty speaking. him the name and address of his sister. Miss Edith Hamilton. Cowper Road, said that her brother returned from Cavan at 10.15 p.m. bis normal health. He was an expert driver and
November 30, 1949 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CITY HOSPITAL, BELFAST.

CITY HOSPITAL, BELFAST.

lethal:kin. Co. Antrim. Matron's Price for beat all.ronnd third veer student of of the veer 1949:—Student Nurse Florence Edith Allen. 109 King's Road,_ Knock. Gelfast. Sister Tutor's Prim for best student nurse In the preliminary training school. 1949
November 29, 1949 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FROM SUSSEX HALL

FROM SUSSEX HALL

The bride's parents are Mr. and Mrs. John Gray, Charlemont Square N., Bessbrook. Rev. H. S. Caner, BA.. officiated. Miss Edith• Martin was organist. Miss Gray wore a gown of ivory crepe and her bouquet was of white chrysanthemums. Her matron of honour
November 28, 1949 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
IA MEMORIAM

IA MEMORIAM

memories of my dear mother. Emma Jmet, died November 27. 1847.—Ever remembered by her loving Son and Daughter.ln.law. Winston and Edith Peden. and Grandson David. Always thoughtful. loving and k:nd; beautiful memories left behind. POULOS (nee NOWLITTI—Deep In
November 28, 1949 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland