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DEATH OF MISR EDITH RHODES.

DEATH OF MISR EDITH RHODES.

DEATH MISR EDITH RHODES. M» Edith Rhode*. •Ider sister of the late Coed Rhode*, died North Lodge. St. lavmard*. on Thureday. after three daya* jlhwes. from ptummosua. During the IroWhtre in South Africa ai*l Iwr stshar were wjth thiur brother South Africa
January 9, 1905 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
M* A N. -Special Notice.—William, Edith, and Alice, surviving members of the family of the late William M'Gowan and Alioo

M* A N. -Special Notice.—William, Edith, and Alice, surviving members of the family of the late William M'Gowan and Alioo

M* A N. -Special Notice.—William, Edith, and Alice, surviving members of the family of the late William M'Gowan and Alioo Elizabeth MTiowan, bit wife, both deceased, would like to hear from any of their Relatives, who are believed to be still residing
November 21, 1905 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
VISIT OF EDITH OGORMAN.

VISIT OF EDITH OGORMAN.

VISIT OF EDITH OGORMAN. TWro waa a large attendance in Groarenor Hall last night when Edith O'Ccrmaa, the converted non. delivered her thrilling lecture entitled The Perils and Trials of the Escaped Nun." The lecturer Mated the reasons which had led her
February 28, 1905 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
VISIT OF EDITH O GORMAX.

VISIT OF EDITH O GORMAX.

VISIT OF EDITH O GORMAX. This widely-known preacher, lecturer, and author is at present paying visit to Grosvenor Hall, Belfast, and took part both the afternoon and evening services on Sunday last. The story of her life is fairly well known now , A devotee
March 3, 1905 - Tyrone Constitution - Omagh, Tyrone, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST PROTESTANT ASSOCIA LBCTIDRE BY MISS EDITH O’GORMAN.

BELFAST PROTESTANT ASSOCIA LBCTIDRE BY MISS EDITH O’GORMAN.

BELFAST PROTESTANT ASSOCIA LBCTIDRE BY MISS EDITH O’GORMAN. A lectors was delivered the auspicoa of this association laatovoniog in tho Grosvenor Hall by Miss Edith O’Gortnan, described Escaped Nun.” Mr. Thomas H. Sloan, M.P., presided, and there was
February 10, 1905 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
the brother of the missing girl. “For the last few years Edith been in the habit of collecting rents for

the brother of the missing girl. “For the last few years Edith been in the habit of collecting rents for

the brother of the missing girl. “For the last few years Edith been in the habit of collecting rents for her father. On Wednesday she left home about 9 a.m.. and took train from New Barnet for Potter’s Bar. where eh© collected some money, and then proceeded'
October 27, 1905 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SUPPOSED LOSS OF TEN LIVES.

SUPPOSED LOSS OF TEN LIVES.

d ship Edith Mary, which left Ascension for St. John’s, Newfoundland, on tho 12th September, is regarded lost. Two her lifebuoys have been picked np west of Capo St. Mary. She carried a crow of ten, including four Scotch apprentices. The Edith Mary was
January 21, 1905 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MIDDLE GRADE.

MIDDLE GRADE.

and Composi- tion. Sydney Gillespie, Science Exhibition, £10; Special German Prize, £5. Edith Spigot vary. Special German Prize. £3. with //onours—Nora M'Ervel, Edith Seymour.
November 15, 1905 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
E./UPPING INTELLIGENCE

E./UPPING INTELLIGENCE

/UPPING INTELLIGENCE pvaLIN SHIPPING LIST-SATURDAY Barometer-30. Wind—W., fresh. Weather—Pine. Coasting Arrivals—Se Anglia. ..s Edith. ss 0100, ss Slieseinore, Snowdon. and es bootie, Holy. head; a. Carlow, as Elalaza, and as Kerry, Liver. pool; ss Belfast
June 5, 1905 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

cargo. as Douseattend, of Germany, from New York, a s oil. tweeting Are:Me—Ss Cambria, an anowdon. Olga. l ss South Stark. so Edith. ES nit.B2 al , arolynaad; l eaflss e% ,s Odom, se Kerry, ea Kilkenny. Liverpool; I si ballast, Belfast; es Cedar. Heysham:
December 8, 1905 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland